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Letters to the Editor -- November 29, 2001



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Food bank celebrates its 30th!

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Student show at art center

The Blaine Art Center at 481 Peace Portal Drive is showing work from students in Brian Smith’s advance placement art class daily from 11 a.m. until...

Council revises business fee structure

At their November 26 meeting city council approved revisions to the city’s business license fees and application process designed to make the process...

Funding frozen for historic warf

Garry Schalliol of the Washington State Historical Society (WSHS) joined Richard Sturgill of Drayton Harbor Maritime and Robert Libolt of Trillium on November...

New breakwater gets the go-ahead

After almost two years on hold, the Blaine breakwater replacement project is set to begin in April.“We now have all the permits in hand to do the ...

Commuter lane program fast-tracked but in future

While momentum seems to be building to reestablish commuter lanes (DCLs) at local borders, there is still no timeline to get the lanes open.“I think...

$30 million city budget for 2002 gets the nod

“I believe,” was Blaine city council member John Liebert’s comment on a budget that combines faith and austerity to float the city through...


Police Report -- November 29, 2001


Sports -- November 29, 2001


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