Vancouver City Councilor Bill Turlay

Turlay wants “good old-fashioned debate” on climate change

The Association of Washington Business Policy Summit is Sept. 16-18 at Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum, and Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt is scheduled to participate in a panel discussion titled, […]

Councilor Bill Turlay speaks for the trees

The Portland-based Intertwine Alliance recently had a feature headlined, "If Trees Could Speak," that highlighted what three communities are doing about urban forestry. The article included Vancouver and quoted Charles Ray, the […]

Turlay reiterates weather not indication of climate change

Reading through Vancouver city council emails, it's good to see Councilor Bill Turlay lets his fellow council members and the city manager know what's what. I mean, who are you […]

Turlay’s fact-finding mission to Vegas

Vancouver City Councilor Bill Turlay said he wouldn't vote for a resolution opposing an oil-handling facility at the Port of Vancouver and any other projects that would increase Bakken crude oil […]

The “Turlay” provision?

The proposed changes to the Vancouver city charter are out, and I admit to not attending any meetings of the charter review committee. My job demands that I have a […]

Turlay’s criticism of federal spending criticized by Leavitt

We know Vancouver City Councilor Bill Turlay doesn't believe in global warming, because as a fighter pilot he "worked where weather is made" and "weather, over a period of time, […]

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