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Resumption of 72-hour parking rule hits home to homeless

Some could lose vehicles to 'safety, environmental' concerns

Ed Hunt stands outside his RV on Cornwall Avenue on March 16. Hunt has lived along the road for more than a year.
Ed Hunt stands outside his RV on Cornwall Avenue on March 16. Hunt has lived along the road for more than a year. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Kai Uyehara News Intern
Ed Hunt’s inoperable recreational vehicle is parked alongside Cornwall Avenue near the Bellingham

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