APRIL 15, 2013

ELECTIONS/GOVERNANCE 

Veteran Tacoma port commissioner running for another termNews on Connie Bacon’s bid for reelection.

 

LAND USE 

Port says waterfront development plans will be safePort of Bellingham and city staffers have assured the city’s Planning and Development Commission that waterfront cleanup and building plans will be safe, and the Washington Department of Ecology will be checking those plans to make sure.

 

TRANSPORTATION 

The Big Divide: Competing political wills block the wayPart 1 of a series in the Columbian on the CRC. 

The Big Divide, Day 2: The Poll results Part 2 of a series in the Columbian on the CRC. 

A slimmed-down, job-rich Puget Sound GatewayAn editorial on infrastructure needed for a gateway.

Columbia River bridge fight could determine fate of state Route 167  – The South Sound’s big road project is the most expensive one riding on the Legislature’s decision on a gas tax increase. That means the so-called Puget Sound Gateway, endorsed last week by Gov. Jay Inslee, also has the most to lose if a fight over a Vancouver bridge ends up sinking the whole tax package.

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