Vancouver OKs oil train terminal

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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Port of Vancouver commissioners approved a Columbia River crude oil train distribution facility, against environmentalists' wishes.

The project will be reviewed by the state Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council, which will make a recommendation to Washington Gov. Jay Inslee for a final decision.

“After the port haphazardly rushed this lease, we look forward to Gov. Inslee taking a hard look at the threat of Bakken oil trains and the shocking terminal on the Columbia River,” said Brett VandenHeuvel, executive director of Columbia Riverkeeper, one of the opponents.

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