FEBRUARY 4, 2014

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

Plan developing for Ridgefield parcelMillers’ Landing property discussed by city, port.

 

 

ENVIRONMENT/NATURAL RESOURCES 

Business, Labor Say Ecology Goes Too Far – Form Coalition to Protest ‘Overreach’ on Coal Port Project ‘Keep Washington Competitive’ Says Commerce at Risk – Other Industries Could be Affected by Ecology Plan to Evaluate Coal-Burning in China.

 

 

TOURISM 

Can’t have tourism without promotion and money to pay for itTourism, we’re told, is a vitally important and growing component of the local, regional and state economies, importing millions of dollars to support thousands of jobs and hundreds of businesses. So how’s tourism doing anyway?

 

 

TRANSPORTATION 

King Says it’s Time to Concede Reality – Gas-Tax Hike Unlikely Before Election, Suggests Late-2014 Special SessionNeither Side Ready to Take Tough Tax Vote Before Election.

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