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Bellingham Police Dept. hands off parking enforcement

Duties move to Public Works Department

Vehicles park in paid spaces on Bellingham's Magnolia Street.
Vehicles park in paid spaces on Bellingham's Magnolia Street in September. Responsibility for parking enforcement in the city will move from the police department to Public Works in the coming months. (Ralph Schwartz/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
In the coming months, if you get a parking ticket for failing to feed the meter, don’t curse at th
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