NOVEMBER 10, 2014

BUDGET/FINANCES 

Port of Longview releases preliminary 2015 budgetThe Port of Longview is projecting another year of record revenue in 2015, but rising costs will eat into its profits, according to a preliminary budget released Thursday.

 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

Governor Inslee Previews Plans for Washington’s Clean Energy Economic GrowthSince taking office in 2013, Governor Jay Inslee has begun laying the foundation for a clean energy economy.

 

ELECTIONS/GOVERNANCE 

Port of Vancouver, Tesoro-Savage meeting raises questions The Port of Vancouver, already facing one lawsuit accusing it of violating Washington’s open public meetings law, has left the public in the dark more than once in landing one of the largest financial deals in its history, an investigation by The Columbian has found.

 

LAND USE 

Performing arts facility a possible centerpiece for Vista FieldIt’s an idea that has been tossed around as Port of Kennewick officials and community members brainstorm a foundational anchor site for the massive, 113-acre property in central Kennewick.

 

UNIONS 

Longshoremen’s union accused of sabotaging west coast ports Business groups are accusing the longshoremen’s union of causing a log jam at two Washington state ports over a contract dispute.

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