Article: Coal Supporters Make Push for Jobs and Opportunity
In the December 3rd issue of Crosscut, Floyd McKay writes:
Their message was simple — Whatcom County needs more good jobs and the terminal will be a good citizen and pay good wages and lots of taxes to local schools and other agencies. Many of the speakers identified themselves as union members, particularly of construction and longshore unions, and told the panel of job losses in the economic recession.
Read Mr. McKay’s full article: Coal Supporters Make Their Push in Crosscut.
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