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Ballard Environmentalist Fred Felleman Announces Run for Port Commission

Will Improve Transparency, Accountability, and Ecological Integrity of Port Operations Seattle, Wash. – Fred Felleman announced today that he is seeking election to an open seat on the Seattle Port Commission. Fred is a marine biologist and environmental consultant who has dedicated his career to working on behalf of the public interest. “I am running for Port Commissioner to improve ...

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Shell oil rig: Port should be transparent to gain trust

The editorial, “Mayor’s politicking over Port lease hurts maritime industry” [Opinion, May 6] misses a critical point about the future of the Port of Seattle. I agree with the mayor that one can support the Port but not their lease to Foss Maritime to service Shell’s oil rig. There are many global challenges to the Port’s maritime line of business, ...

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Environmental Consultant Fred Felleman Considers Running for Bill Bryant’s Seat on the Port Commission

by Sydney Brownstone • May 7, 2015 at 3:34 pm Fred Felleman, a marine biologist, says he’d be a voice for the environment at the Port of Seattle. COURTESY OF FRED FELLEMAN Port commissioner Bill Bryant, who’s up for reelection this year, describes himself as a conservationist. It’s a position you might expect from an elected official in King County. ...

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