Statewide News, January 2009

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Ecology wants $71M for water projects, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, Jan. 23
Pacific Northwest trees dying at faster rate, study says, The News Tribune, Jan. 22
New State Lands Commissioner, KUOW NPR, Jan. 21
Gregoire pushes cap-and-trade bill, Seattle P-I, Jan. 20
Road projects pushed aside, TMCnet - Jan. 19
EDITORIAL: Pulling Together to Save Our Ferry Service, Kitsap Sun, Jan. 18
Transportation winners and losers, The News Tribune, Jan. 16
Don’t let Seattle drain off highway money, The News Tribune, Jan. 16
Study Sheds Light on Toxics in Puget Sound Orcas, Kitsap Sun, Jan. 14
Viaduct solution? Fine, but the state can't neglect I-90, Yakima Herald, Jan. 13
PSE offers solar grants for schools, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, Jan. 13
High court to decide how to dump mine waste, Seattle P-I, Jan. 12
Larry Williams to take over at CTED on interim basis, The Olympian, Jan. 12
State lawmakers hope to create economic stimulus plan that works, The News Tribune, Jan. 11
Ecology Department uses online campaign to help water quality, Seattle Times, Jan. 5
Group uses lawsuits to help clean up Puget Sound, The Olympian, Jan. 5
Recession might change what we demand in new homes, The News Tribune, Jan. 4
Timber Harvests Won’t Drop, Says New Lands Commissioner, Centralia Chronicle, Jan. 2
Forest board revises owl rules, Peninsula Daily, Dec. 29
Owls on Peninsula under pressure, Peninsula Daily, Dec. 29
Wildlife and Recreation deserves funds, The Olympian, Dec. 28
Washington's top builder followed dad's path, Seattle Times, Dec. 27
Gregoire wants to boost spending on Puget Sound, The Olympian, Dec. 27


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