A progress report on the Waterfront Redevelopment Project was one of the main points of interest at the Port of Bellingham Commission regular meeting on May 7, 2019.
Enforcing new rules for weblockers – dry storage units used for marine equipment – was one of the main points of interest at the Port of Bellingham Commission regular meeting on Mar. 19, 2019.
Providing high-speed internet access to rural residents of Whatcom County and a project to reduce energy costs at Port facilities were the main points of interest at the Port of Bellingham Commission regular meeting on Mar. 5, 2019.
The possibility of terminating an agreement to bring Western Washington University to the waterfront was one of the main points of interest at the Port of Bellingham Commission regular meeting on Feb. 19, 2019
The public meeting was called to order at 3:30 pm and immediately recessed to a closed executive session so board members could discuss a potential litigation pursuant to RCW 42.30.110(1)(i) and labor management bargaining/ contract negotiations. The meeting reconvened at 4:30 pm. Board President Ken Bell, Vice President Bobby Briscoe and Secretary Michael Shepard were all present. No action was …
Whatcom County Council passes the introduction of a 5th interim moratorium on facilities at Cherry Point during their July 24th, 2018 meeting. Council members introduced ordinance (AB2018-077B) “Imposing an interim moratorium on accepting permits for new or expanded facilities in the Cherry Point urban growth area, the primary purpose of which would be the shipment of unrefined fossil fuels not …
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