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Bellingham landlords may see stiffer penalties for substandard housing

City council weighs options at Monday meeting

Bellingham City Council member Kristina Michele Martens talks as she gestures with her hands next to other council members.
Bellingham City Council member Kristina Michele Martens, center, wants to see stiffer penalties for landlords who rent substandard units. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Bellingham leaders are drafting stiffer penalties for landlords whose properties fail safety inspect

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