Clark County News, May 2008

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Casino study calls for compensation for La Center, The Columbian, May 31
Tempers calmer at latest Interstate 5 bridge hearing, The Oregonian, May 30
Public Speaks Out On Interstate Bridge Replacement, OPB, May 29
Light-rail fears revive at I-5 bridge hearing, The Oregonian, May 29
Crossing critics show up in force, The Columbian, May 29
Empty Ridgefield Farm Named Endangered Historic Property, The Columbian, May 28
Charge tolls first, then maybe build a bridge, Metro councilors say, The Oregonian, May 28
Lincoln neighborhood weighs in on transit, The Columbian, May 28
Port panel delays decision on island purchase, The Oregonian, May 28
Port OKs add-on to Alcoa sale, The Columbian, May 28
County to appeal two development rulings, The Columbian, May 28
Empty Ridgefield farm named endangered historic property, The Columbian, May 28
Port of Vancouver delays eminent domain decision on island, The Columbian, May 28
Ridgefield endorses $40 million sewer line, The Columbian, May 27
State pulls ground from under land debate, The Columbian, May 26
Clark frets light rail’s effects on campus, The Columbian, May 20
In our view: Farmland sliced from county plan; local growth uncertainties will continue, The Columbian, May 18
Growth board rules in favor of preserving farmland, The Columbian, May 16
Exam indicates sea lions not shot to death, Bellingham Herald, May 7
Sea lion body found near Interstate 5 Bridge, The Columbian, May 7
Sea lions shot dead on Columbia River as salmon battle rages, The Olympian, May 5


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