Melissa Malott, right, is the executive director of the watchdog group Citizens for a Healthy Bay, which is monitoring the proposed methanol project at the Port of Tacoma. The group is losing funding after the Legislature cut financial support for grass-roots environmental and community groups. Malott is shown in November with Bay Patrol Director Tarin Todd on the Blair Waterway.
Melissa Malott, right, is the executive director of the watchdog group Citizens for a Healthy Bay, which is monitoring the proposed methanol project at the Port of Tacoma. The group is losing funding after the Legislature cut financial support for grass-roots environmental and community groups. Malott is shown in November with Bay Patrol Director Tarin Todd on the Blair Waterway. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com
Melissa Malott, right, is the executive director of the watchdog group Citizens for a Healthy Bay, which is monitoring the proposed methanol project at the Port of Tacoma. The group is losing funding after the Legislature cut financial support for grass-roots environmental and community groups. Malott is shown in November with Bay Patrol Director Tarin Todd on the Blair Waterway. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com

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