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Letters to the Editor -- June 15, 2006


Steeringcommittee meeting schedule

Meetingsfor the Birch Bay Steering Committee and its subcommitteesare as follows:

Jazzfestival features free concerts

Blaine’sannual Jazz Festival takes over Blaine’sPerforming Arts Center and much of the rest of town the secondweek in July. Highlights include...

Liebertbids farewell to teaching, again

After teaching nearly 20 years inBlaine, former Blaine mayor and teacher John Liebert retiredfrom his second teaching career at Timber Ridge alternativeschool...

Onthe Waterfront

Last weekend wasvery busy at the harbor, with several different opportunitiesto participate in activities going on in our area. There were several Scout...

Countyto renovate Semiahmoo park

WhatcomCounty Parks & Recreation plans to offera 1,200-square-foot indoor meeting room with kitchen facilitiesat Semiahmoo County Park once renovations...

Lotsof oyster lovers on hand last Saturday

A county-wide red tide closure didn’t stop the Drayton HarborCommunity Oyster Farm from serving 100 dozen locally grown oystersat a well-attended...

Residenthistorian renews sister city campaign

Localwriter and historian Richard Clark made a passionateand slightly sarcastic plea to Blaine City Council forconsideration of a sister city relationship...

WSDOTproposes traffic circles on freeway, D Street

Blaine’sthird major construction project of the year gets underwaythis summer with the anticipated final approval at theend of the month of plans...

Cityto consider latest Seagrass proposal

TheBlaine planning commission narrowly voted to again denythe development application for the Seagrass cottageson Semiahmoo Spit. The final decision on...


Police Report -- June 15, 2006


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