November 1, 2011

Contemporary Water: Reuse, Conservation, Beyond Treatment

Gray Water Use
FYI: Reclaimed Water


Decision day nears: On Nov. 8, Elliott or Kirschner will be a port commissioner
Republicans Scoff at Gore’s Inslee Fundraiser
Cantwell up, Congress down in new survey
Poll shows voters split on initiatives, McKenna with lead in gov’s race


Herald’s parent company buys Peninsula Daily News
In addition to PDN, Sequim and Forks weekly newspapers sold, too
Kitsap County prosecutor, auditor steamed about proposed budget cuts
Bay Hay receives Washington Green 50 award
Vacuum-like Harvester Gives Hope To Apple Growers Short Of Skilled Workers
Bainbridge ready to spend $2 million ferry settlement
Gates Foundation announces leadership change
Attorney General reminds homeowners to avoid new foreclosure rescue scammers
Unions at Kimberly-Clark reach deal with potential buyer, but face many lost jobs


A foothold in solar, but what now?
Idaho wind companies get 2nd chance to build projects
Portland Begins Curbside Composting
Cascade Natural Gas rates going down this winter
Belfair Water District Cash Flow Problem
Jackson Hydro Receives Low Impact Certification
Other states could learn from our efforts to save energy
Big Data, Speed and the Future of Computing


Orcas expected to follow chum salmon
Port of Poulsbo raises concerns over shoreline update
Local, regional trail plans moving forward
Dam removal: No one has a model of how to go forward
‘Sustainability’ and other fuzzy, turn-off words–and-other-fuzzy%2C-turn-off-words/


New state ferry delivered to Washington
SoundRunner begins using ORCA on Nov. 1
New Manette ‘egg-about’ going round


Crownhill, East Port Orchard elementaries earn special honors
KHS art included in mall medallions
WA prepaid tuition opens for new enrollment
Students could save millions on open source textbooks


Navy officer from Poulsbo overcomes ambush, receives award


Suquamish Olalla Neighbors celebrate 10 years of bridge building
$19K raised for new Port Gamble S’Klallam preschool

Community/Social Services

Neighbors helping neighbors: ShareNet’s client base is growing
Soroptimists to host annual auction and dinner gala on November 4th


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