Paul Gottlieb

Can’t make them like they used to: Permitting rules would make ‘Sluicing the Hogback’ impossible today

PORT ANGELES — In today's world, a project as massive as “sluicing the Hogback,” which brought Port Angeles into the modern era, would be buried… Continue reading

Washington state congressional delegation writes to British Columbia about raw sewage

Members of Washington state’s congressional delegation have called on British Columbia Premier Christy Clark to expedite a plan to end the dumping of raw sewage… Continue reading

PA United initiative could lose Port Angeles Downtown Association’s involvement

PORT ANGELES — PA United participants grappled this week with the possibility that the Port Angeles Downtown Association might leave the fold. “It’s unfortunate, but… Continue reading

PA United’s plan for merger of Port Angeles business groups clarified with proposed budget

PORT ANGELES — A vision of three economic development groups disbanding and their memberships and activities being folded into one organization has emerged with the… Continue reading

Washington state congressional delegation writes to British Columbia about raw sewage

Members of Washington state’s congressional delegation have called on British Columbia Premier Christy Clark to expedite a plan to end the dumping of raw sewage… Continue reading

PA United’s plan for merger of Port Angeles business groups clarified with proposed budget

PORT ANGELES — A vision of three economic development groups disbanding and their memberships and activities being folded into one organization has emerged with the… Continue reading

Washington state congressional delegation writes to British Columbia about raw sewage

Members of Washington state’s congressional delegation have called on British Columbia Premier Christy Clark to expedite a plan to end the dumping of raw sewage… Continue reading

Washington state congressional delegation writes to British Columbia about raw sewage

Members of Washington state’s congressional delegation have called on British Columbia Premier Christy Clark to expedite a plan to end the dumping of raw sewage… Continue reading

PA United’s plan for merger of Port Angeles business groups clarified with proposed budget

PORT ANGELES — A vision of three economic development groups disbanding and their memberships and activities being folded into one organization has emerged with the… Continue reading

Judge approves sales of Pettit Oil’s remaining assets

TACOMA — Federal bankruptcy court Judge Paul Snyder last week approved sales of Pettit Oil's remaining assets, including bulk plants in Port Angeles and Sequim.… Continue reading

Judge approves sales of Pettit Oil’s remaining assets

TACOMA — Federal bankruptcy court Judge Paul Snyder last week approved sales of Pettit Oil's remaining assets, including bulk plants in Port Angeles and Sequim.… Continue reading

Judge approves sales of Pettit Oil’s remaining assets

TACOMA — Federal bankruptcy court Judge Paul Snyder last week approved sales of Pettit Oil's remaining assets, including bulk plants in Port Angeles and Sequim.… Continue reading

Nippon biomass cogeneration plant remains offline; Port Angeles facility slated to undergo repairs starting in September

PORT ANGELES — Nippon Paper Industries USA's upgraded $85 million biomass cogeneration plant, which has not been fully operational since it was dedicated in November,… Continue reading

Nippon biomass cogeneration plant remains offline; Port Angeles facility slated to undergo repairs starting in September

PORT ANGELES — Nippon Paper Industries USA's upgraded $85 million biomass cogeneration plant, which has not been fully operational since it was dedicated in November,… Continue reading

Nine trees to be removed in Port Angeles airport emergency measure

PORT ANGELES — Seven towering trees in Lincoln Park that obstruct runway access to nearby William R. Fairchild International Airport will be removed by the… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles to pay $26,500 in stormwater lawsuit settlement

PORT ANGELES — Port of Port Angeles commissioners have approved spending $26,500 in general funds to settle a lawsuit that alleged the port had violated… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles likely to pay $26,500 to settle environmental lawsuit

PORT ANGELES — Port of Port Angeles commissioners are expected today to approve paying $26,500 to settle a complaint by an environmental group that claims… Continue reading

Nine trees to be removed in emergency measure at Port Angeles’ Fairchild International Airport

PORT ANGELES — Seven towering trees in Lincoln Park that obstruct runway access to nearby William R. Fairchild International Airport will be removed by the… Continue reading

Judge approves sales of Pettit Oil’s remaining assets

TACOMA — Federal bankruptcy court Judge Paul Snyder last week approved sales of Pettit Oil's remaining assets, including bulk plants in Port Angeles and Sequim.… Continue reading

Judge approves sales of Pettit Oil’s remaining assets

TACOMA — Federal bankruptcy court Judge Paul Snyder last week approved sales of Pettit Oil's remaining assets, including bulk plants in Port Angeles and Sequim.… Continue reading