Riley does a local political comedy show
Specializing in German vehicles...
A 50,000 watt AM radio antenna does not belong in a residential area. The FCC seems not to understand that.
Three final candidates for Bellingham Planning Director spoke today at a cozy 'meet and greet' of government employees and developers.
Wherein we see that sometimes government can do what business can't.
An experienced real estate inspector provides a window to the dangeroous conditions found in rentals in Bellingham
Riley files a full report of the Tea Party debate for State Leg candidates
Wherein a Fulbright scholar, professional engineer and successful business owner files for public office
Last Thursday, the Planning Commission voted to recommend the docketing of the spot rezone of 801 Samish from Residential Single to Commerical Planned (non-retail)
We post a disturbing report of a personal encounter along Samish Way, with the permission of John Stark, who experienced it.
Riley and John share the short list of who might replace Cathy Lehman on the Bellingham city council on January 5.
While the state spends hundreds of thousands of dollars defining risks of crude by rail, Skagit County finds no significant adverse impacts of a crude-by-rail…
Patrick McKee of the Sunnyland Neighborhood guest-writes about the August 11 City Council slap-dash zoning changes.
Not content with causing massive inconvenience, BNSF is now literally dumping on county residents.
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.