|Bellingham Public Development Authority|
|Date||Tuesday January 21, 2014|
|Time||12:00 PM - 1:00 PM|
|Contact||Bellingham Public Development Authority|
|Location||Federal Building, 104 West Magnolia Street Bellingham, WA - Map|
|Description||The BPDA is an independent legal entity created by city ordinance for the purpose of developing public properties together with private investment, focusing on Bellingham's Waterfront, Old Town, and Downtown Districts. As a "quasi-government" corporation, the BPDA's structure and operations are defined by Washington State law, its Charter, and its Operating Agreement. It is the mission of the BPDA to maximize the public good by attracting sustainable development that generates capital investment, contributes to the vitality of the economy, and creates employment opportunities, while improving and preserving historical and environmental assets that define the city's character. |
To carry out its mission, the BPDA may partner with profit and/or non-profit entities, or undertake projects on its own, renovating, restoring, maintaining, managing, developing, owning, and/or selling city properties.
Meeting agendas and minutes can be found at http://www.bellinghampda.org
Meetings are held in Suite 307.