Whatcom County will continue to operate its severe winter weather emergency shelter at the Civic Center Building in downtown Bellingham until the morning of March 1, 2019.
Dave Onkels, lead negotiator for the Land Use Caucus has submitted a letter to the Department of Ecology emphasizing their intentions to enforce this law.
If you were unable to attend the dozens of obscure public (and not-so-public) local water-policy meetings that have taken place over the past year, you are sure to find Mr. Eskridge’s commentary highly informative.
Glen said, “I’ve been hit by lightning and I’ve been in two major car wrecks, but this is worse; Is this any way to treat a veteran?”
When is a fix not a fix? When the process to come to a consensus has been set up for failure because everyone was not at the same table ‘and’ that appears to have been the plan all along.
Council passes 6th-moratorium on Cherry Point Industries ‘and’ voted to use tax dollars to pay Cascadia Law (environmental law firm based in Seattle, WA) to rewrite the Cherry Point Industrial zoning regulations, aka “Cherry Point Comp Plan Update,” with the intent to send to your Whatcom County Planning Commission for review and advisement to the Council.