The Shell and Tesoro refineries on March’s Point stand to be impacted by a proposed rule which would set Washington’s first-ever limits on carbon pollution.
The number of retail marijuana stores allotted for Anacortes will double to two under new allocations established by the state Liquor and Cannabis Board. One store is now operating in the city.
The Skagit County Department of Emergency Management is collecting information from Skagit County residents and businesses on damage including losses suffered during the November 16_18, 2015 wind, landslide and flood event.
Shell is facing $77,000 in fines from the state Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) for workplace health violations after an investigation into an uncontrolled toxic release from theis March Point refinery last February.
The Port of Anacortes has announced plans to hire Daniel Worra to replace Bob Hyde as Executive Director of the Port.