These were my comments to PublicInfo@KitsapRegionalCouncil.org regarding the Kitsap County Growth Management Act. The public comment period ends 25 June.
Senator Christine Rolfes, the Washington State 23rd Legislative District representative and the Chair of the Senate Ways & Means Committee, reported in her 27 April 2021 e-newsletter on the hard work that the state legislature did this session to support people, the environment, and businesses during these Covid times. She reported on national and stateContinue reading “Washington legislators do good work for people, the environment, and businesses”
In the current misinformation world that we live in, it’s essential to have journalism-standard local news and information, such as that provided by the Kitsap Sun. For those wishing to keep local news strong, there is now a means to support the Sun (besides the usual and desired methods of purchasing a subscription to theContinue reading “Kitsap Sun Journalism Fund”
— see Christopher Dunagan (Puget Sound Institute), “Scientists identify deadly chemical killing coho salmon,” Kitsap Sun, 6 Dec. 2020, Print, 1A and 8A; 4 Dec. 2020, Web, Scientists identify deadly chemical killing coho salmon (kitsapsun.com) — see Lynda V. Mapes, “Tire dust killing coho salmon returning to Puget Sound, new research shows,” The Seattle Times,Continue reading “Tires kill coho salmon”
The winter 2020 issue of the web-based Salish Magazine is now out, and the theme for the issue is Spectrum of Cycles [in Nature]. To see photos, videos, artwork, information, essays, and poetry about the cycles of nature, please go to https://salishmagazine.org/issue-10/