Fast Track Completion of the Columbia Basin Project by 2022 - 10-23-18 Off to Gov Inslee
                   GLEN R STOCKWELL  PROMOTER OF  - Fast Track Completion of the Columbia Basin Project by 2022
PROJECT INITIATED
MAY 24TH, 2018
From left, holding shovels are Strata Solar chief development officer John Knight, Adams County Commissioner Roger Hartwig; Mark Schaffner, Solar Select program manager for Avista Utilities; County Commissioner John N Marshall; County Commissioner Terry Thompson; & Lind WA, Mayor Paula Bell. Breaking Ground for New Project!
  GETTING PROJECTS DONE IN ADAMS COUNTY HAPPENS FAST!
FAST TRACK COMPLETION OF THE COLUMBIA BASIN PROJECT 
WILL HAPPEN VERY FAST TOO!
1st Oct. 23rd, 2018 
4 MONTHS
SOLAR PROJECT COMPLETED!
Great Day for 
Lind WA, Adams County,
WA State, Our Nation and
Part of 
Governor and Trudi Inslee's Dream, 
Lind WA Mayor Paula Bell's,
Congressman Newhouse,
Senator Schoesler,
Representatives Mary Dye and 
Joe Schmick, Adams CO Commissioners
Marshall, Hartwig, Thompson,
Avista President Dennis Vermillion 
and Special Thanks to 
ACDC Economic Development Director 
Stephen McFadden 
for his professional abilities in 
succeeding with this project!

Dedication of New 28 Megawatt 
Solar Facility!

GOVERNOR STATED IT HAPPEN 
SO FAST DUE TO 
BIPARTISAN EFFORT, 
AND 
ADAMS COUNTY IS A GREAT COUNTY TO WORK WITH ON 
NEW BIPARTISAN PROJECTS!
 
GOVERNOR INSLEE
GOVERNOR INSLEE WITH CONSTRUCTION TEAM 
 
WA STATE SENATOR MARK SCHOESLER
CONGRESSMAN DAN NEWHOUSE
WA STATE 9TH DISTRICT REP.
MARY DYE
WA STATE 9TH DISTRICT REP.
JOE SCHMICK
LIND WA MAYOR
PAULA BELL
  ADAMS CO COMMISSIONER
JOHN N MARSHALL
 
AVISTA PRESIDENT 
DENNIS VERMILLION
 
 
 ADAMS CO ACDC ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 
DIRECTOR STEPHEN MCFADDEN
 
ONLY 1/2 COMPLETED
PORTS OF SEATTLE AND TACOMA
 
EVERYONE HAD SMILES,
JUST THINK THE 
SIZE OF SMILES
THERE WILL BE WHEN WE BRING 
THE LARGEST US 
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND
JOBS PROJECT TO 
WA STATE IN US HISTORY!

GLEN R STOCKWELL 
PROCLAIMS TO THE NATION
     GREAT NEWS ALERT!
Oct. 19, 2018
  

 

 PRESIDENT TRUMP 
HAS ANNOUNCED HE IS GOING TO COMPLETE THE 
ENTIRE PROJECT!
   
Trump speeds up environmental review of Columbia River system and its effects on salmon
 POSTED 4:15 PM, OCTOBER 19, 2018, BY SIMONE DEL ROSARIO
SEATTLE — President Donald Trump on Friday ordered the government to speed up environmental reviews and streamline regulations that he says are hindering work on major water projects in the Western United States.
The signed memorandum affects the timeline of a court-mandated review of the environmental impacts of the Federal Columbia River Power System.
The Columbia and Snake rivers are home to 13 species of fish listed under the Endangered Species Act.
A federal judge initially ordered three agencies to complete an environmental impact statement of the federal dams in the Columbia Basin by 2021. President Trump has moved up the deadline to 2020 and is ordering agencies to submit a new schedule of completion within 60 days.

OCT. 23, 2018 Proposal to WA State Governor Jay Inslee

GLEN'S OFFER TO GOVERNOR INSLEE!
 
 
 
    



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