Two geese watch over three goslings as the feed from the edge of the Squalicum Creek water way. The revitalization of Bellingham’s downtown waterfront would not be happening without Model Toxics Control Act cleanup grants. House Bill 2182 creates a way to stabilize Model Toxics Control Act revenues through a tiered-tax on the import of hazardous substances.
Two geese watch over three goslings as the feed from the edge of the Squalicum Creek water way. The revitalization of Bellingham’s downtown waterfront would not be happening without Model Toxics Control Act cleanup grants. House Bill 2182 creates a way to stabilize Model Toxics Control Act revenues through a tiered-tax on the import of hazardous substances. Staff Bellingham Herald file
Two geese watch over three goslings as the feed from the edge of the Squalicum Creek water way. The revitalization of Bellingham’s downtown waterfront would not be happening without Model Toxics Control Act cleanup grants. House Bill 2182 creates a way to stabilize Model Toxics Control Act revenues through a tiered-tax on the import of hazardous substances. Staff Bellingham Herald file

Bellingham Bay toxics cleanups have begun. Now the state is making that harder.

June 16, 2017 12:00 PM