It has come to my attention that some of our community leaders may be in need of a refresher course on Bellingham public figure, Craig Cole’s years of avid advocacy for the Gateway Pacific coal terminal. Someone alerted me to an email sent to the 42nd LD Democrats list-serve in response to some concern expressed […]
March 23, 2016 Dena Jensen The Whatcom County Districting Committee met for the sixth time on Monday March 14, 2016 to continue their work in creating a plan for five new voting districts for Whatcom County Council Elections.
October 27, 2021 Sandy Robson I read an article published recently by The Front that featured the two candidates running for the Port of Bellingham Commissioner District 1 race for this November 2, 2021 general election. John Huntley, who is Whatcom Republican Party’s recommended candidate, is challenging incumbent Port of Bellingham Commissioner candidate Michael Shepard, […]
September 2, 2020 Sandy Robson Back in 2010, Jeffrey McClure, who is currently an incumbent candidate for commissioner for Whatcom County Public Utility District No. 1, signed onto a June 15, 2010, letter to then-Department of Natural Resources Public Lands Commissioner Peter Goldmark, urging him to remove what the letter described as “inherent conflicts” in […]
Yesterday at 10:50am March 9, 2016 Sj Robson Below, are some of the campaign contributions from Gateway Pacific Terminal (GPT) interests donated to Congressman Rick Larsen’s campaigns:
March 3, 2016 Dena Jensen This is one of those stories that gradually unfolds to its stomach-turning conclusion. I will be walking you through it step by step, so bear with me.
February 29, 2016 Dena Jensen On their Facebook page, the Northwest Jobs Alliance is asking: “Who is speaking for LUMMI?” First of all, why are they using all caps for the name, Lummi? Second of all, to answer their question: The leaders of the Northwest Jobs Alliance have been speaking for the Lummi. Don’t you […]
21 hrs February 3, 2016 Sandy Robson In its February 2, 2016 ad, Northwest Jobs Alliance (NWJA), led by SSA Marine’s Gateway Pacific Terminal consultant Craig Cole, along with John Huntley and Brad Owens, continues to misrepresent Lummi Nation’s comments submitted on the Whatcom County Comprehensive Plan Update.
January 9, 2016 by Sandy Robson The Lynden Tribune newspaper made the decision to publish a December 23, 2015 opinion piece submitted by Chair John Huntley and President Brad Owens of the Northwest Jobs Alliance (NWJA).
4 hrs December 13, 2015 Sandy Robson Until Congressman Rick Larsen withdraws his support for GPT, his proclamations about his efforts to protect Washington state’s environment, ring hollow.