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New state laws pave way for more housing density

Bellingham must pivot on ADU rules

South Hill and other residential neighborhoods in Bellingham could be built with as many as six units per lot after the so-called "missing-middle" bill passed into law in the last state legislative session.
South Hill and other residential neighborhoods in Bellingham could be built with as many as six units per lot after the so-called "missing-middle" bill passed into law in the last state legislative session. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Bellingham leaders may set aside months of work on new rules for accessory dwelling units, to make w

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