Mon, Jul 25, 2011
Blaine school district to unveil budget tonight
Part of tonight's (July 25) Blaine school board meeting will include a presentation by business manager Amber Porter on the district's proposed 2011/2012 budget. The school board will also hold a public hearing at which you can express your opinion on the budget and have any questions you might have answered. The school board meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the Blaine school district offices, just across Mitchell Avenue from Blaine High School.
Sun, Jul 24, 2011
New Birch Bay deputy will take over for Langley July 31
Whatcom County sheriff Bill Elfo has announced Zac Reimer will take over as Birch Bay's neighborhood deputy after Cliff Langely retires at the end of July. Langley went on an extended leave of absence in the beginning of June, citing undisclosed health issues.
Fri, Jul 22, 2011
NWFR commissioners discuss overtime pay, EMS planning
The North Whatcom Fire and Rescue (NWFR) Board of Fire Commissioners monthly meeting was last night (July 21), at the Blaine fire station on Odell Road. The commissioners' meeting is the third Thursday of every month. Last night's meeting covered a range of topics, so forgive the long and somewhat disjointed nature of this post. I predict at least one full story for next week's issue will find its way out the notes I took on this meeting.
City of Blaine will vote to receive donated electric car charging stand
Bob McFarland, the owner of a Tesla electric roadster, has offered to donate electric vehicle charging equipment to the City of Blaine, and the city council will vote on whether to accept at its meeting on July 25.The equipment would be set up near the G Street plaza at the intersection of G Street and Peace Portal Drive. Blaine public works staff would spend about $2,000 in time and materials installing it.
Wed, Jul 20, 2011
Volunteers help clean Birch Bay beaches after July 4
Kathy Berg, the co-chair of the Birch Bay Steering Committee, just sent out an email with some information on the beach cleanup effort undertaken on July 5, after the Independence Day festivities. She said volunteers and other workers removed nearly 2.76 tons of firework and other debris from the beaches of Birch Bay.
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