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Plenty to discuss at Bellingham town hall on public safety

Virtual-only event happens May 16

Bellingham Police Department cars are parked along a downtown street in the evening.
Bellingham police cars line State Street in January as officers respond to a call. The police department has acknowledged it can't keep up with the city's rising crime rate due to an officer shortage. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
Bellingham residents who participate May 16 in a virtual town hall on public safety will have a lot
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