DECEMBER 5, 2014

ELECTIONS/GOVERNANCE 

A bigger Puget Sound port sails ahead Tacoma and Seattle are still exploring the issues that would face a formal alliance, but they have every reason to work together.

 

ENVIRONMENT/NATURAL RESOURCES 

Port, local businesses adjusting to new state stormwater rules More than 1,100 businesses across the state, including 12 in Cowlitz County, could be affected by new state requirements to prevent stormwater from polluting streams, lakes and rivers. 

First major cleanup of G-P site slated for design in 2015The Port of Bellingham Commission has cleared the way for Aspect Consulting to start designing cleanup of the first half of the contaminated G-P West waterfront site near downtown.

 

MARINE TERMINALS 

Construction to begin on South Terminal strengthening to support heavy cargoes at Port of EverettStarting this month, IMCO General Construction, Inc. will begin work on a $2.55 million upgrade project at the Port of Everett’s South Terminal to strengthen the wharf to support roll-on/roll-off (Ro/Ro) cargo operations.

 

MISC 

Port of Vancouver spearheads trail project Effort aims to give employees safe way to bicycle to work.

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