DECEMBER 4, 2013


Port dredges terminal, marinaCrews to work around shipping schedule; Castle Rock gets sediment from project



Port of Bellingham approves waterfront plans after years of struggleIt may be almost eight years behind schedule, but it is finally done: Port of Bellingham commissioners have given final approval to a master plan and other development regulations for the central waterfront.



Marina manager helping with transformationPort of Everett marina director Jeff Lindhout has been on the job for 18 months at the largest public marina on the West Coast.



Where might Amazon test drone delivery? How about Moses Lake? The Eastern Washington town is vying to become one of six FAA test centers for unmanned aerial vehicles, the robot flying machines also known as UAVs or drones.



US Delays in LNG, Coal Export Permitting Could Violate WTO Agreements The United States’ delay in permitting liquefied natural gas (LNG) and coal export facilities could run counter to U.S. international treaty obligations under World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements, former WTO Appellate Body Chairman James Bacchus argues in a recent report.

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