NOVEMBER 2015 Archives

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Opinion: Canadians ports eating our lunch

By Don C. Brunell, July 30, 2015, Columbia Basin Herald Unfortunately, Seattle Congressman Jim McDermott (D) was correct earlier this year when he said Canada’s west coast ports are “eating our lunch.” Both Washington and British Columbia are blessed with deep water seaports that are closer to Asian markets than those in California, the Gulf states and our nation’s eastern …

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Opinion: Why labor is backing expansion of Washington trade terminals

By Lee Newgent, July 30, 2015, The Olympian Washington state is at an economic crossroads. With more than 94,000 new jobs created over the last year and unemployment holding around 6 percent, it is imperative we keep this positive momentum going.   As a proud leader of the Washington State Building & Construction Trades Council, I was pleased our statewide …

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Port of Olympia sees lower revenue for 2015

Rolf Boone, July 27, 2015, The Olympian The Port of Olympia commission got a lesson in global economics Monday as part of a six-month financial update on the port’s operations — and the lesson wasn’t pretty. That’s because a significant drop in oil prices and a stronger U.S. dollar have slowed imports and exports at the port’s marine terminal. Read …

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Port of Port Angeles, Economic Development Corp. reach accord on industrial recruiting

By James Casey, July 29, 2015, Peninsula Daily News The Port of Port Angeles and the Clallam County Economic Development Corp. have made up a spat over which agency will recruit new industry to the area. Tuesday’s settlement stopped short of candy and flowers, however, with the port paying only $15,000 of the $50,000 it initially considered giving to the …

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State finds money for Carnation demo

July 16, 2015, Daily Sun News It’s a simple line item…a relative pittance compared to the billions state lawmakers divvied up recently in drawing up a state budget for the next two years. But that line item of $450,000 to demolish the old Carnation plant at the corner of Lincoln Avenue and South First Street is a big deal for …

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