Skagit Valley Herald, Mount Vernon, Wash.
By Rachel Lerman | Posted: Thursday, November 21, 2013 8:00 am
Seven landowners in the Skagit River’s Carpenter-Fisher sub-basin have reached a settlement with the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community and the state Department of Ecology that will allow them to get water to their properties.
Landowners in the Sun Peak Estates subdivision, located about one mile south of the Skagit County line and east of Interstate 5, will each be able to use 350 [...]
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Oct. 2, 2013
Anacortes taxpayers paid $48,139.49 to Foster Pepper of Seattle to write the 2010 Tethys-City of Anacortes water agreement that contains no termination clause for either Tethys or the City of Anacortes.
Defending Water in the Skagit River Basin learned yesterday that Tethys Enterprises and Mayor Maxwell/Foster Pepper have been secretly negotiating the termination of the 2010 Water Agreement. Two Anacortes city council members learned about negotiations yesterday. Maxwell is yet to inform [...]
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Skagit Valley Herald Mount Vernon, Wash.
Friday, July 12, 2013
Anacortes mayor’s debate focuses on jobs, Tethys
By MARK STAYTON
ANACORTES — The four candidates for Anacortes’ mayoral seat offered their views on strategic planning, economic development and the Tethys water bottling plant proposal Thursday afternoon during their second debate leading up to the Aug. 6 primary election.
Hosted by the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce, the debate focused largely on how candidates Brian Geer, Mitch Everton, [...]
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Despite city’s assurances, shortages loom in the future
Wednesday, April 24, 2013 9:41 PM
Reader Commentary, Anacortes American Wednesday, April 24, 2012
BY ROSS O. BARNES Anacortes, Wash.
The City of Anacortes’ 55 million gallons per day of continuous and 11 million gallons per day of interruptible Skagit River water rights are recognized as a principal water supply resource in Skagit County that will be increasingly called on to supply the future needs [...]
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