In early July, I accompanied Art and Margaret, the owners and builders of this nearly-completed landmark, to a courtroom on the second floor of the Whatcom County Court House. The City of Ferndale vs. The Rojszas, Superior Court–Take Three.
As we approach the 4th of July and fireworks displays, it is important to remember fire ordinances and regulations for your area of residence.
Lummi Nation wants to improve transportation just south of Ferndale, but the City of Ferndale is having no part of it. Continue reading
I called BP’s environmental hotline last evening, telling the woman who answered the phone call that I was hearing a rumbling noise that I have never heard before coming seemingly from BP Refinery, and the flares were going off and on, and it looked like it was some operation or something that is not normally going on at BP. Continue reading
April 24, 2016 Dena Jensen
Here’s a little additional information gained from Ferndale School District records regarding the controversial February 13 Donkey Basketball event that was held at Ferndale High School this year. This info did not make it into Sandy Robson’s recent report that is also posted here on Noisy Waters NW, “Was more diligence due for students and donkeys? Following up on the February 13, 2016 Ferndale Donkey Basketball Event.” Continue reading
April 22, 2016 Sandy Robson
Author’s Note: I sent an email letter to the Ferndale School District on February 8, 2016, voicing my opposition to the February 13, 2016 donkey basketball fundraiser. After receiving Ferndale School District Superintendent Linda Quinn’s reply that afternoon to my email, and reading her statements in various news articles, I was curious about a number of things. Continue reading
“By consolidating small ‘isolated’ wetlands into one central, large mass has proven over time to preserve wetland integrity by reducing outside impacts. Think of it as reducing the amount of perimeter exposed.”
I do not know if this person believes this, or is lying, and which one is worse? Continue reading