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Threats and Bullying: “Kill Doug Erickson” and the Kavanaugh hearings : a look at future Democrats goverence?

  January 2017 Protest Remember to Vote before November 6th (Ballots  mailed around October 17th)   It may turn out to be difficult for the voter in this election to make a decision on races because of the real dearth of information on the differences between the candidates. Instead from early 2017 to now we get demonstrations, intimidations, and bullying like the photo above that appeared on KING 5. We need an ...

Conservation District Election Finally Ends; SOS Kim Wyman on Sat. Morning Live on KGMI; Vote Aug. 6th Recommendations included.

In this issue:   Conservation District Election Finally Ends; A rundown: Secretary of State Wyman on the Saturday Morning Liberty Road Show 8:00AM Tune In. Are the Russians really coming?  Also in Studio Rep Vince Buys on status of Hirst from State Perspective. Remember to Vote by August 6th Whatcom County Recommendations found here.   PAID ADVERTISINGhttp://michaelpetrish.com./  Conservation District Election Finally Ends; A rundown: New Commissioner Alan Chapman A decision was ...

No decision on Conservation election and 100% Renewable energy in Bellingham will be expensive

State Conservation District Board Decides not to Certify Whatcom County Conservation District Election All but 2 of the 45 Conservation Districts in the State of Washington had their elections certified by the Washington State Conservation Commission board at their last meeting. The Whatcom County election was not included in the lists of  certified elections. Supervisor Larry Helm This means that Larry Helm will continue to serve as a local district supervisor until ...

Tim Eyman and Glen Morgan to appear Thursday May 10th at Meridian High School

Just Show up or RSVP here for the tour to save check in time May 10th Thursday Whatcom County (Bellingham) 6:00-8:00 PM May 10th 2018 Bellingham Meridian High School 194 W Laurel Bellingham The Fourth Corner and Common Threads Northwest and Corporate Sponsor Asset Advisors are proud to present!! Political activists and involved citizens Glen Morgan and Tim Eyman have teamed up on a riveting road show to bring you “The Full Contact Activism ...

Complaint filed in March 13th Conservation District Election, Tim Eyman wins suit to protect the Initiative Process

Background: The Conservation District of Whatcom County is a special district that encompasses all of Whatcom County.  It is different in that it does not run its elections using the County Auditor but has its own sets of rules for elections.  For example to obtain a ballot for the election and vote by mail you must send a request to the Conservation District Office and get a ballot mailed to you.  You must be ...

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City giving 35,000 gallons a week to Lummi Tribal Sewer and Water District for Slater Road Construction Project.

This story is another in the series of stories that have arisen because of the Hirst Decision and about the reaction to that decision of local entities. Some of the Stories that the Fourth Corner have provided are Lummi Nation Needs City of Bellingham Water.   And this one by Tribal Leader Tim Bellew...Lummi Leader says NO to Hirst Fix. Tribal Leader Tim Bellew No lack of Water in the City of ...

Water Meeting REPORT 2/17/17 Stay informed…. Water Control: …” is about control of our Lives and Freedom”

  Highlights of the February 17th Well Owners meetings Held at Rome Grange: Rep Van Werven; Councilman Tyler Byrd attended. Paul Isaacson, chairs this ad-hoc committee, and represents well owners in the fix hirst planning process. Goals: Well Owners will have a greater understanding of very basic state water-law concepts Well Owners will have a greater understanding of key policies affecting well-use. Well Owners will have a greater understanding of how these policies are ...

“Hirst Whatcom”- keep in mind: its not over yet.

From County Councilman Tyler Byrd: "Make certain you stay involved.. this Hirst legislation is not the end for property owners in rural  Whatcom County who need wells; Tyler Byrd we need to continue to be vigilant as the County Council steps through this process." Background: The  State Legislature passed its Hirst Fix, not as a consistent solution over the 39 Counties of Washington State but as groups of Watersheds throughout the state.  ...

RE-Sources refuses to talk to farmers on CAFO issue

The RE-Store run by RE-Sources RE-Sources, in a slickly worded video; responds to some of the concerns more and more Whatcom Countiains are having about the goals of "RE-Sources for sustainable communities" as far as RE- Sources capability of being a positive part of our community.  Is RE-Sources being open and do they wish to work with those parts of the community their legal activities affect? You Decide. In this case we ...

Carbon Tax: where does government want us to go? Telephone Town hall Monday

Special Note: 42nd District Legislator' Telephone Town Hall Meeting Monday Night... Click for more information. Carbon Tax: where does government want us to go? Carbon tax gets out of state legislature committee pushed by those pictured at the Left.  Left to right... Sen Guy Palumbo,1st District (East of Bothell) Sen Kevin Ranker, 40th District (South Whatcom and Skagit and San Juan Counties) Sen. Reuven Carlyle 36th district (Downtown Seattle) THIS IS a follow up ...

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