Come to the County Council Meeting

 

Upcoming Remote or Hybrid Council Meetings

   
All Committee and Regular Council Meetings
Agenda
Zoom Link
Join by phone:
     - Dial: 253-215-8782
     - Webinar/Meeting ID: 835 1429 9365
     - Passcode: 101214
This is a hybrid meeting with both in-person and remote participation

 

Follow the Whatcom County Council's weekly schedual / find out when the next Coucil Meeting is held with this link:

https://whatcom.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx

 

IN-PERSON Whatcom County Council Meetings are held on two Tuesdays of the month at the County Court House Council Chambers located at 311 Grand Ave, Bellingham WA 98225.
Public Comments are ALLOWED, each Speaker is allowed 3 minutes.
Please consider speaking or just attend to support those who will be speaking.
 
Public Comment Ideas: Share how the last 2 years have been for you / your family / business. Share a covid-related article / study / data and or concerns regarding the experimental covid vaccines, increased crime in our community, etc...
 

 

 
 
 
 

Coming Events

 

Hi Freedom Loving Friends!

This is a very busy week folks, please review the schedule below and mark your calendars.

Last week a couple of Rebel News Reporters spotted Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla in Davos and took the opportunity to ask him some questions. Unfortunately, Mr. Bourla didn't have any answers to their questions (it was very apparent that he wasn't use to reporters asking him critical questions that MATTER).

https://www.rebelnews.com/caught_him_rebel_news_pummels_pfizer_ceo_with_questions_at_world_economic_forum?utm_campaign=el_massacreindavos_1_18_23&utm_medium=email&utm_source=therebel

And a BIG shout out to Dr. Richard Fleming PhD, MD, JD (https://flemingmethod.com) for his video-documentation files of microscopic evidence that show human red blood cells consistently being damaged by exposure to experimental COVID-19 vaccines. His detailed documentation establish these findings to scientific and legal standards, please share this info with others!

https://drtrozzi.org/2023/01/20/microscopy-covid-jabs-red-blood-cell-damage/

Lastly, a gentle reminder to continue getting Your House In Order in all ways ($, security, nebulizer, medical supplies, water/food for 1-2 years for all household members/pets). It's important for us to Be Prepared, Not Scared.


 

Thank you all for continuing to Hold The Line and for sharing the https://BeBraveWashington.com website with others to help educate as many community members as possible.

* E-mails regarding covid-related issues and/or other concerns can be sent to all Bham City Council Members at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and to all Whatcom County Council Members at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

~WEEKLY SCHEDULE~

 

Monday Jan. 23rd:

  • 7:00pm Blaine School Board Meeting in District Boardroom (770 Mitchell Ave., Blaine). Public Comments are allowed, each speaker is allowed 3 minutes.

  • 7:00pm Bham City Council Hybrid Meeting in Council Chambers (210 Lottie St., Bham). General Public Comments are NO longer allowed, Public Comments are only allowed during Public Hearings that are on the Agenda. For those not able to attend in person, you may attend via the City's website

https://cob.org/meetings or on the City's YouTube channel

https://cob.org/btv or by phone (253)215-8782 Meeting ID: 919-5742-8832 Password: 9

Tuesday Jan. 24th:

  • 4:30pm Ferndale School Board Special Meeting to Interview Candidates for School Board Position No. 3 (5780 Hendrickson Ave., Ferndale).

  • 6:00pm Whatcom County Council Hybrid Meeting in Council Chambers (311 Grand Ave., Bham). General Public Comments are allowed, each speaker is allowed 3 minutes. You can also attend via Zoom or phone, instructions are at the Whatcom County Council website, scroll down and click on the orange 'Zoom' link which is right under the orange 'Agenda' link.

https://www.whatcomcounty.us/3415/Participate-in-Virtual-Council-Meetings

  • 7:00pm BeBraveWA GMRS/Ham Radio Check-In (this usually takes less than 10 minutes). The Radio Net will be using the Lookout Mountain Repeater. Please email John with any questions and to get the Frequency/Tone.

Wednesday Jan. 25th:

  • 7:00pm Be Brave WA Meeting

6:00pm Doors open for social/networking time each week. 6:00pm Listening Circle with Frank on the 1st & 3rd Weds only.

Saturday Jan. 28th:

  • 1:00pm-2:00pm MISTY FLOWERS Live Acoustic Performance at Eucatastrophe Coffeehouse (515 Front St., Lynden). FREE show, all ages welcome!

  • 6:00pm-10:00pm Swing Dance at Forge Fitness, upstairs (100 Drayton St., Lynden).

6pm- Intermediate Swing Lesson

7pm- Beginner Swing Lesson

8pm-10pm Social Dance

All Ages Welcome, $7 cash donation. Must arrive by 8pm, entry door is locked after 8pm.


 

 

~SAVE THE DATE MEETINGS/EVENTS~

 

Tues Jan 31st:

  • 10:00am Whatcom County Council/Health Board Meeting in Council Chambers (311 Grand Ave., Bham). Public Comments are allowed, each speaker is allowed 3 minutes.

  • 11:00am-1:00pm March For Freedom at the Capitol (Legislative Building Olympia, WA). March to end ALL remaining COVID Mandates (state worker vaccine mandate, healthcare mask mandate). Rain or Shine, but will be cancelled for extreme weather. Updates at:

https://MarchForFreedomWA.com

  • 6:00pm Ferndale School Board Hybrid Meeting (5780 Hendrickson Ave., Ferndale). Public Comments are allowed, each speaker is allowed 3 minutes.

 

 

 

 

 

~COMMUNITY & CONNECTION~

 

  • Freedom Fighter Communication-Focused Meetings are held to support community members on how to start having conversations that wake people up! These meetings are currently put on hold. For more info about these meetings please email Richard.

  • Do you need help growing food, getting a garden started, or learning how to prune your fruit trees? If so, contact Bern at 360-410-6071 for a free on-site garden consultation, donations are appreciated.

  • If you are interested in participating in Ceremony, please contact Rainbow Medicine-Walker at

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

~LEGAL ACTION~

If you have been wrongfully terminated because of the mandates, WA Civil Rights Council (WCRC) is prepared to help you seek justice. Please contact WCRC at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to inquire about the WCRC Wrongful Termination Pro Se Legal Action Program.

~THE FLAME~

The Flame newspaper is an independent news publication based in the U.S.A. You can check out The Flame website at https://TheFlameUSA.com. Please consider subscribing, ordering extra copies for our community, or becoming a distributor. Please contact Natalie if you can help distribute newspapers in Whatcom County.