APRIL 10, 2014

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

Port of Longview may get West Coast’s first propane/butane export terminalHaven Energy’s terminal project would mean hundreds of short- and long-term jobs for local workers and millions of dollars in tax revenues. 

Port of Kalama, methanol company OK lease agreementA proposed methanol plant at the Port of Kalama advanced another step Wednesday evening when port commissioners signed a four-part lease agreement with Northwest Innovation Works.

 

 

ENVIRONMENT/NATURAL RESOURCES 

Editorial: State’s proposed fish-consumption number may be hard to swallow An arbitrary decision on a state “fish consumption” estimate could have dire consequences for the state economy and anyone who flushes a toilet. A business coalition proposes a smart solution. 

Our Voice: State needs attainable water quality standardsLast week, representatives of the state’s biggest economic development agencies, city and county governments and major industries sent Gov. Jay Inslee a letter warning that pending changes in clean water regulations could result in “economic turmoil.”

 

 

PEOPLE 

Port of Everett Hires public affairs specialistThe Port of Everett has hired Catherine Soper to manage its digital communications and support the growing demands of the public affairs department.

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