Fire Doug #4 / Facebook post, Noisy Waters Northwest

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Click the graphic to access the Oct/Nov 2013 Whatcom Watch article “How Property Rights Can Become Property Wrongs”

August 29, 2018  Dena Jensen

Here’s the Day 4 Doug’s Got to Go post. This one should be filed in the “Company He Keeps” category. In an Oct/Nov 2013 article in the Whatcom Watch, Sandy was talking about a forum for the Gateway Pacific coal terminal held back in 2011 that was hosted by the ultra-conservative Northwest Business Club, which an infamously anti-tribal-treaty-rights member of our community, Ron Reimer, was emceeing. Senator Ericksen was one of four featured panelists at that event, including a notably anti-tribal-treaty rights radio host, Dick Donohue of KGMI. Continue reading

Formal investigation launched by PDC regarding complaints on Clear Ballot Choices (Pacific International Teminals LLC)/ Facebook post, Sj Robson

PDC investigation CBC redacted1 hr December 24, 2015  Sandy Robson

Just sharing the news of the letter I received from the WA state Public Disclosure Committee with the news that they will be conducting a formal investigation of the complaints against Clear Ballot Choices (Pacific International Terminals LLC); one filed by myself on Nov. 16, and one filed on Oct. 30 by Alex Ramel. The letter is shown in the attached photo. Continue reading

What Do Coal Port Interests’ Clear Choices Mean? / Coal Stop, Sandy Robson

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10/23/2015 Facebook comment by Clear Ballot Choices (Pacific International Terminals LLC) Campaign Manager and Committee Chair Ron Reimer after the date the PAC registered with the PDC.

October 26, 2015  Sandy Robson

News broke this past weekend in Whatcom County about a last minute coal terminal-funded PAC, formed by Gateway Pacific Terminal (GPT) applicant Pacific International Terminals LLC, to support Charter Review Commission-generated Props 1, 2, and 3, and to oppose citizen-proposed Prop 9, placed on the November election ballot, via ordinance, by the Whatcom County Council. The PAC is named Clear Ballot Choices (Pacific International Terminals, LLC). Continue reading