The Columbian– Eric Florip, October 29, 2013– VANCOUVER, WA–
As state regulators prepare to vet a controversial plan to build the region’s largest oil-handling terminal in Vancouver, hundreds of opponents on Tuesday delivered an overwhelming message:
The damage and risk from such an operation would reach well beyond Vancouver and Clark County, opponents said.
More than 300 people filed into Clark College’s Gaiser Hall. The vast majority of them — many clad in red shirts — oppose the project for a variety of reasons. More here