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Council votes to protect Bellingham’s mobile home parks

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Samish Mobile Home Park with multiple mobile homes, cars and residential buildings surrounded by trees and other larger apartment complexes.
Samish Mobile Home Park on Samish Way will not be redeveloped after the Bellingham City Council voted to include it among protected manufactured home parks on Oct. 24. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Facing a roomful of mobile-home owners, the Bellingham City Council on Monday approved new rules tha

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