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Port seeks to up its game at Bellingham’s ‘working waterfront’

Wharf replacement intended to bring more vessel traffic

Max Vekich, a member of the Federal Maritime Commission, talks next to another member as he gestures with both his hands.
Max Vekich, a member of the Federal Maritime Commission, talks about the importance of ports to the U.S. economy at Bellingham Shipping Terminal Wednesday, Dec. 20. Joe Schmidt of the local longshore union looks on. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Upgrades to Bellingham Shipping Terminal, commencing in January, will prime the waterfront for more
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