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tool goes here It looks as though the Lummi Island ferry will be running for another 35 years. Without releasing any details, the Whatcom County Council and Lummi Nation issued a joint statement Tuesday, May 17, announcing an "agreement in concept"
tool goes here Lummi Nation and Whatcom County made substantial progress Wednesday, April 6, in negotiations over the Lummi Island ferry dock, with a deadline being pushed back to May 15. Officials said theyre close to reaching a deal acceptable
More than five hours of negotiations on a new lease for the Lummi Island ferry ended Monday, March 28, with no more than an agreement to resume negotiations Wednesday, April 6. Thats just five days before the deadline that Lummi Nation had set for a
tool goes here Lummi Nation officials say Whatcom County officials must address their traffic safety concerns if they are serious about a long-term renewal of a lease for the Lummi Island car ferry dock. That dock, at Gooseberry Point on the Lummi
As a few dozen Lummi Island residents watched with interest, the Whatcom Chief made a smooth landing Tuesday, Jan. 26, at the Fairhaven dock that is usually the home of the Alaska ferry. The islanders admitted they were watching the test docking with
Lummi Island residents may need to get used to less ferry service and higher fares, no matter where the ferry docks after the current Gooseberry Point lease with Lummi Nation expires Feb. 14. That was the message from Whatcom County Council President