Friday, May 22, 2015

Washington: Petitions taken out against Port of Vancouver commissioner

Two Port of Vancouver commissioners Jerry Oliver and Brian Wolfe are facing potential recalls over a claim that they violated the open meeting law in a discussion over a nation's largest rail-to-marine oil transfer terminal. This is following a series of articles claiming that the board improperly used close door meetings. Petitioners need 35% of turnout.

Washington has a Judicial recall or "malfeasance standard" where petitioners have to get approval from a Superior Court Judge

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