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County, city invest in stability at cold-weather shelters

Paid staff should result in smoother operations, officials say

Snow covers Meridian Street in Bellingham in December 2021. Snow or sub-freezing weather will activate cold-weather shelters for homeless people again this year in Bellingham and Ferndale.
Snow covers Meridian Street in Bellingham in December 2021. Snow or sub-freezing weather will activate cold-weather shelters for homeless people again this year in Bellingham and Ferndale. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Local governments and homeless-service organizations are joining forces to open daytime and overnigh

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