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City exploring protections for mobile home parks

New rules would protect against redevelopment, but not rising rents

A new apartment complex looms behind the Bakerview Estates mobile home park near Bellis Fair. Bellingham is developing rules to protect manufactured home parks.
A new apartment complex looms behind the Bakerview Estates mobile home park near Bellis Fair. Bellingham is developing rules to protect manufactured home parks. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Audra Anderson Assistant Editor
Bellingham officials are devising new rules that would protect manufactured home parks from redevelo
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