Logging Planned for 110 Acres on Samish Hill
The city has given an extremely short notice for comments on a substantial logging operation for 110 acres of Samish Hill. The city has known about this project since May.
Marlins Cafe (co-located with the Historic Nelson's Market - a stationary float in life's parade) is now serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. New menu selections by Chef Tommy.
To kick off the transformation, this Friday will be Honky Tonk Night with Hoss Unplugged tonking and honking from 7 to 9 p.m.
Be there at the corner of Humboldt and Potter, one block north of Lakeway.
Past Writers • Member since May 29, 2009
The city has given an extremely short notice for comments on a substantial logging operation for 110 acres of Samish Hill. The city has known about this project since May.4 Comments, 14 hours ago
Tani Sutley writes of an interesting interaction with Bellingham resident and county council member Ken Mann.1 Comment, 1 day ago
Three emails: April Barker writes about ADUs and her perspective; Anne Mackie and Dick Conoboy respond.7 Comments, 3 days ago
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Anne Mackie writes the backstory that tells "the rest of the story" of how the August harsh attacks on citizens by the council had roots in July.1 Comment, 1 month ago
The York Neighborhood is sponsoring a forum on housing concerns on Wednesday, Sept 14th at the Garden Methodist Church at 7pm.4 Comments, 1 month ago
Anne Mackie gives us an overview of the planning kerfuffle during August between citizens and the Bham city council. And the bad attitudes of some council members.5 Comments, 1 month ago
Updated on Monday. An elaborate tripod was erected over the railroad tracks on the bridge over Chuckanut Bay and protesters sat in a sling. 11 hour train stoppage.3 Comments, 1 month ago
Council President Pinky Vargas loses it over minor violations of the three-minute comment rule. Is this any way to run a council?11 Comments, 1 month ago
Group cites failure to investigate assaults on anti-police-racism marchers5 Comments, 1 month ago
Jim Dickinson writes: Why the surplus Washington State ferry Hiyu should replace the Whatcom Chief for our Whatcom County ferry service to Lummi Island.6 Comments, 2 months ago
Tim Paxton guest writes about the defects in planning for the Options High School.5 Comments, 3 months ago
This veteran, Chris Brown, deserves our deep thanks for his achievement with Growing Veterans as Executive Director, a post that he has left. He will continue as President of the non-profit, helping veterans with combat trauma.3 Comments, 4 months ago
The Greenways Advisory Committee meets this evening and may reverse their May decision to purchase the heron colony buffer woods.10 Comments, 4 months ago
Over 2,000 volunteers have just built a new playground in six days. We do a photo story.1 Comment, 4 months ago
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The planned concrete walkway from Boulevard Park to the Cornwall landfill, using millions in Greenway funds, has been abandoned by Bellingham. We again thank the Lummi.11 Comments, 4 months ago