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Bellingham residents want more trees, new survey results show

City finished phase 2 of Urban Forestry Management Plan in October

A path in between dense bushes and rows of large trees line up along the sidewalk.
American elms line the eastern edge of Elizabeth Park. Bellingham residents overwhelmingly want more trees in the community, according to recent survey results. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
Though the city of Bellingham planted almost 8,000 new trees last year, local residents want more, a
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