JULY 11, 2014

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

Guest: The economy needs oil trains The Vancouver project to transport crude from trains to ships would create jobs and help the economy, writes guest columnist Harley Franco.

 

 

MISC 

Water district, Port of Ridgefield formalize interlocal agreement A new, permanent sewer pump station with the capacity to serve all of downtown Ridgefield is on the horizon, thanks to an interlocal agreement between the Port of Ridgefield and the Clark Regional Wastewater District.

 

 

TOURISM 

Glamping sets up camp in Walla WallaChillville is a new glamour camping venture at the airport industrial park.

 

 

TRADE 

Washington exports soar ahead in 2014Despite uncertainty about the economies of China, Japan and Europe, Washington exports this year are doing well based on numbers through May.

 

 

TRANSPORTATION 

Port of Seattle launches second round of truck grantsTruck owners who visit the Port of Seattle have an opportunity to obtain thousands of dollars in government grants to replace older diesel trucks.

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