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Bellingham council approves expanded shelter protection zone

Councilors balance needs of homeless people, neighbors

A protection zone for Lighthouse Mission Ministries' proposed 300-bed shelter includes the residential area along H Street. The shelter would be built at the site of the existing Lighthouse Mission facility
A protection zone for Lighthouse Mission Ministries' proposed 300-bed shelter includes the residential area along H Street. The shelter would be built at the site of the existing Lighthouse Mission facility (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Bellingham City Council doubled the size of a proposed protection zone for a 300-bed shelter Lightho

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