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GOVERNORS POINT


City Council Denies Water to Governors Point:  Governors Point Development Company appealed from the city's refusal to provide water to the proposed 141-home project at Governors Point.  It's appeal to the City Council was unanimously denied.  City Council Denies Water to Governors Point (Herald 6-16-09).  Local resident Laura Leigh Brakke defends City Council's vote denying water.  Brakke's Letter (Herald  6-20-09)


City Sue Because of Its Refusal to Provide Water to Governors Point:   Governors Point Development Company sued the city for for $2.83 million because of the city's refusal to provide water to Governors Point.  The development company claims it will have to build a desalinization plant at a cost of around $2 million to provide water for the proposed 141-home project.  Lawsuit (Herald 4-4-09)


Patricia Clark Stands Up to Save Governors Point:  Patricia Clark (owner of Clark's Point) believes that Governor's Point should be preserved for future generations.  Clark wants Governor's Point Preserved (Herald 8-24-08).dwt


Public Invited to Comment on Scope of Environment Impact Study:  A public meeting will be held on July 17, 2008 to allow public comment on the scope of the EIS.  Public Comments Invited (Herald 7-17-08)


Governors Point May Face Water Woes:  The City refuses to provide water to the 141 homes planned for Governor's Pointe.  City Refuses Water  (Herald  5-30-08)


County and Developers Agree to Environment Review:  Whatcom County officials and Triple R Residential Construction agreed to the company that will conduct the environmental impact study.  County and Developers Agree to EIS (Herald  5-30-08)


Governors Point Will Be Developed:  The Sahlin family, owners of Governors Point, met with neighbors to discuss their plans to create a gated community with 141 homes.  Plans for development met local opposition.  Opposition to Development  (Herald 5-23-08)