Fire danger has increased following prolonged drought, a record-breaking heat wave and forecasted winds that can spread a wildfire quickly through the dry grasses and forests.
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Grants of $4,889,260 in total for Whatcom County projects were recently announced.
Rates of foodborne illness tend to increase during the summer months because germs grow faster in warmer, more humid weather.
Any individual who launches a watercraft in violation of local ordinances may face penalties of up to $1,000.
And some areas may come close but not quite reach the 70s.
The lists were read by each councilmember during the 2021 City Council retreat.
COVID-19 impacts mean tourism opportunities next year are unknown and LTAC grant funding opportunities are expected to be reduced.
"Many Washingtonians have waited months to get back outdoors, and they’re more eager than ever for recreation after being cooped up by the COVID-19 pandemic."
This will allow a return to trail walking, hunting, fishing and golfing in some locations.