Transition Whatcom

Please post any useful neighborhood links here,

 and they will be added to the text of the page.

 

Olsen Creek Water Gauge-

 (for Neighbors listening & watching for landslides along steep stewart mt)..

.....scroll down to see the chart.

 http://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/uv?cb_all_00060_00065=on&cb_0006...

 (Thanks to Rich)

 

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Rome Grange-(off of Mt Baker Hwy)

Website - http://www.wa-grange.org/localgrange.html

Sunday Breakfast most 1st & 3rd Sundays

Event link-http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/events/sunday-breakfast-at-rome

 

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Agate Bay Fire Hall

3131 Y Rd.

Can be used for neighborhood meetings & Volunteers needed & trained!

http://www.wcfd4.org/district-information/District-Contacts.htm

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Local Mechanic - Rainbow Auto

You can contact Larry at 360-734-6117 or see web for hours.

 (Located off of the Jensen Rd)

http://www.rainbowautoservice.com/crew.html

 

 

Local Cafe - “The Fork”

Agate Bay -2530 N Shore Rd   (the old Texaco station & ol Grammys cafe)  (360) 733-1126

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Watershed Protection Alert - from 2/1/11-from 'Squalicum Valley Community Association' email alert partial quotes: ... B'ham City to discuss whether whether they will appeal the Whatcom County Hearing Examiner's Decision to allow the construction of Squalicum Ridge Road on Squalicum Mountain to serve 26 houses in the Lake Whatcom Watershed.

 “Mayor Dan Pike ( 778-8100) has made efforts to protect the city's drinking water, and especially has petitioned the Department of Ecology to place a moratorium on new wells in the Lake Whatcom watershed.

Richard Grout, Manager, Department of Ecology, 1440 10 St., Suite 102, Bellingham WA 98225, 360.715.5200. He can be contacted if you support Ecology closing the watershed to new wells.

Ecology has already ruled that Lake Whatcom and all bodies of water in hydraulic continuity with it are closed to new withdrawals. DOE must enforce its own ruling.”

(Above info from Squalicum Valley Community Association email alert., and of course does not reflect the views of everyone living in our watersheds.)

-(Newcomers can request to be on these email alerts through Virginia W).


City Council Members phone numbers below (Lets add county council members number too)

Terry Borneman* 305-0606  -   Seth Fleetwood* 671-5599  -    Michael Liliquist* 920-1583

Stan Snapp* 305-0607          -  Gene Knutson 733-1640       -     Barry Buchanan 734-6639

Jack Weiss 738-2103

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