Not content with causing massive inconvenience, BNSF is now literally dumping on county residents.
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Judith Green of the Sunnyland Neighborhood guest writes this brief summary of what went wrong with the planning last week.
A massive upgrade of the Cascade [rail] Corridor has left residents stranded and the sheriff asking Washington, DC, to intervene.
Sandy Robson guest writes of the need for real prosperity at Cherry Point, not a destructive short term coal port that destroys the fishing grounds.
Some Context for the Primary Results
Bellingham City Council abruptly changes zoning codes to force Planning Department plan on Sunnyland residents.
Updated Wed evening. The Tuesday evening 8:20 pm Auditor report on the election is in.
Councilmember Murphy's proposal is based on a complaint-based rental ordinance from Tacoma, demonstrated to do little for the health and safety of tenants.
Carefully planned actions are rolling across the state to make the point that it's not OK to expose us to risks associated with CBR.
Northwest Citizen has conducted a phone poll of likely voters, with some surprising results!
In contravention of the Bellingham Municipal Code, the City Council will consider on 4 August a last minute docketing request that ignores the Planning Commission…
Guest writer Mike Rostron explains how Bellingham city planners played loose and illegal with planning processes.
Sunnlyland residents win one - after a seven year effort. Planning Department failed them and all of us.
Landlords are so caught up opposing a licensing and inspection ordinance, they cannot see the upside for them in ridding the city of bad rentals.
Judith Green explains how the Bellingham Planning Department is trying to cram their plan onto a neighborhood.
Years after BP completed its north dock, the Army Corps of Engineers released a draft EIS and it's really really stupid.
The city council "persuades" the city administration to withdraw a request for an intrusive police threat warning system
It is time we stop allowing corporations to externalize the costs associated with their risky business practices, and demand more from our regulators who hold…
Guest writer Sandy Robson breaks the story of officials from Washington treated to a coal-promoting junket to Wyoming.
Ferndale's most famous landmark is frequently commented on and is often in the news. Here is their side of the story.