A simple explanation of the Charter Review and analysis of District only voting
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City pushes for Alabama Street improvements, residents speak out
By Christopher Grannis: Wherein despite every effort and expense, citizens cannot make the City follow the law or work for neighborhoods
Why commenting on the EIS in Comp Plan revisions for Cherry Point means demanding an EIS in the first place.
Ambling University Development Group pulls out. University Ridge will not be built.
Please help us protect county wildlife by ensuring that the scope of the EIS review is adequate. A sample scoping letter is included.
The public has a week to comment on the scope of issues reviewed under the EIS.
On March 26, 2014 the city and county provided their update and assessment on the status of Lake Whatcom. This is mine.
Riley digs into the county's plan to buy the county morgue
The public is not provided with a proposed plan or adequate information prior to the annual "state of the lake" meeting
Wherein there's a crackdown on growing plants, and plans to let slaughter run free
Fukushima radiation has been found 20 miles from Whatcom County farmland along the Fraser River in British Columbia.
The infamous American Legislative Exchange Council plans to send its spawn to cities and counties throughout the U.S.
Riley catches State Rep. Vincent Buys for soliciting funds during session
Riley digs into an unusual hiring decision at the County Planning Dept
The editor of the Whatcom Watch, Richard Jehn, has resigned effective today. Chalk up a victory for Craig Cole and Pacific International Terminals.
The full text of Craig Cole's threatening letter of libel against the Whatcom Watch. And the emptiness of the threat.
We were led to believe the city would review waterfront wildlife and habitat connectivity. It turns out that the city intends to focus only on…
Accepting the Paul deArmond award of citizen journalism on Feb 7, Wendh Harris gave this speech. We think it deserves its own post.
Craig Cole, the local contact for the proposed Cherry Point coal port has threatened the Whatcom Watch with a libel lawsuit.