B.C. man charged after $2.6 million in cash tossed overboard

by Tim Flanagan on November 3, 2011

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Wild-salmon advocates fear that tests showing a serious virus in one Fraser River coho and two wild sockeye salmon mean the European strain of infectious salmon anemia could be spreading through B.C.’s wild salmon runs.

But B.C. Salmon Farmers Association spokeswoman Mary Ellen Walling said the positive laboratory tests at the Atlantic Veterinary College have yet to be confirmed by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

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Salmon farmers are worried because the virulent strain of ISA has been shown to kill Atlantic salmon, which are raised in B.C. salmon farms, Walling said.

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The driver of a red Volkswagon bug lost control and ended up in Lake Washington near Seward Park late this afternoon.

Rescue crews were called to the scene at Lake Washington Blvd near South Hudson Street, rheumatologist
but we’re told the occupants of the car got out ok.

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a builder of custom yachts, has announced that it will relocate its operations from the Port of Tacoma to Port Orchard. Owner Steve Yadvish made the announcement at a press conference at Yachtfish Marine in Port Orchard, which he also owns. He has another Yachtfish boatyard on Lake Union in Seattle.

Yadfish purchased the assets of Northcoast in 2003, and reopened the company. “Everything was in place: the yard, the molds, the reputation, and even the workforce,” he stated. “I knew we could build beautiful yachts there — the equivalent of a Rolls Royce on the water.”

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A new wharf extension at the Port of Tacoma’s Washington United Terminals, bronchitis
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will give that terminal operator capacity to handle some of the largest containerships in the world.

The 600-foot, $32 million, extension of the wharf on the port’s Blair Waterway will allow the terminal to handle two large containerships simultaneously. With the new addition, the wharf is now 2,600 feet long.

The new wharf is equipped with two new “super post-Panamax” cranes with booms long enough to handle a ship 24 shipping containers wide. The older cranes on the terminal have a reach of 18 containers.

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Press release:

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US cable, rope and umbilical specialist Cortland has expanded its Washington facility in Anacortes. The expansion focus is on the creation of upgraded sales, engineering and administrative spaces.

The Anacortes expansion will add an additional 4,800 square feet to the facility, bringing the total square footage to over 82,000. The new area will include 13 new offices, 2 conference rooms, a staff break room and create nearly 3,000 square feet of manufacturing space where the administrative offices are currently located. This is the first ‘new build’ construction that the Port of Anacortes has completed in 15 years and was in cooperation with several major waterfront renewal projects in the area.

“This project prepares Cortland for the future as our expanded facility will increase our capability to provide unmatched customer support to our clients by greatly increasing both office and manufacturing space,” said Randy Longerich, Cortland WA President. “This will allow Cortland to continue being the preferred solution provider to the numerous markets and customers we serve.”

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Three Sheets Northwest:

[The seized cash was displayed at a press conference in Victoria Tuesday. Photos courtesy of RCMP]

A British Columbia man faces charges after allegedly tossing more than $2.6 million in U.S. cash in a suitcase from a dinghy speeding in the dark toward the international marine border near Sidney, gynecologist
on Vancouver Island.

The 16-foot rigid-hull dinghy was intercepted by police officers shortly before midnight on March 24 as it traveled without lights toward the border. As officers in an RCMP patrol boat closed in on the dinghy and its lone occupant, information pills
a suitcase was thrown overboard.

Police pulled the suitcase from the water and found the cash in plastic-wrapped bundles. The seizure is one of the RCMP’s largest ever in Canada.

The dinghy was seized by RCMP officers when Melchior was arrested.

The dinghy was just two nautical miles from the U.S. board when police intercepted it.

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