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Our ‘working waterfront,’ past and future: What work, and for whom?

CDN series explores roots, realities and possibilities for Bellingham's shorelines

A bicyclist rides past Harcourt Developments' unfinished condominium project barred off by a metal fence on Bellingham's waterfront.
A bicyclist rides past Harcourt Developments' unfinished condominium project on Bellingham's waterfront Nov. 2. Harcourt missed a deadline on completing construction of two condominium buildings, causing the company to forfeit its other development rights on the waterfront. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ron Judd Executive Editor
This doesn’t happen all that often, but my eyes lit up earlier this year when Hailey Hoffman,
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