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Wake Up Whatcom County – It’s Time to Vote!

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It’s Going to Take Us All to Get Involved – Voting is Important – Voting is Needed – But Voting is Not Enough – Get Informed and Then Get Involved! October 19th, 2017: Wake-Up Whatcom County Event Event Speakers: Tim Eyman, Glen Morgan, and Lars Larson will entertain and inform the audience on issues affecting Whatcom County and Washington State. …

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EPIC FAILURE … HOW BELLINGHAM LEADERSHIP’S FAILURE TO LISTEN COST THE LOCAL ECONOMY AND THE PEOPLE WHO LIVE HERE

In News, Wake Up Whatcom by commonnw

Jack Petree – September 22, 2017 In a recent news story posted by the historic Hearst news publication, the Seattle PI, detailed the results of a new United States Census Bureau wage estimates. Data which points to the City of Bellingham’s abysmal economic performance in recent years.  No surprise!  We warned them. The Census Bureau data which lead the P-I …

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Searching for Sustainable Living in Whatcom County – The Challenge to Balance Rural and Urban Living Styles

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Proper planning ensures for future success. Proper planning for growth is the important piece needed to ensure that we harmonize rural and urban living; a planning model that brings communities together. Whatcom County continues to struggle to find this balance of planning for our rural and urban centres. There are many ways to achieve popular-approval and retain our uniqueness. As we …

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The Road to Good Governance Begins with You – Local Politics 101

In Local Government, News, Wake Up Whatcom by commonnw

This information article was put together in collaboration with; Jack Petree and David Onkels Your Economy – Your Environment – Your Health – Your Safety Your Quality of Life – As Determined by Your Local Government OVERVIEW Washington’s Growth Management Act (GMA) drives most decision making in Whatcom County impacting the economy, the environment, health and safety issues, and overall quality of …