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Residents of a Bellingham tiny home village apprehensive of move

50 tiny home residents likely to relocate to new city property in Cordata

An aerial view of the Post Point Wastewater Treatment Plant has multiple small buildings near the waterfront.
Unity Village, one of Bellingham's three tiny home villages, is slated to move next year in order to make space for much-needed repair and construction projects at the Post Point Wastewater Treatment Plant, pictured behind the village. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
Residents from two of Bellingham’s tiny home villages — Unity Village in Fairhaven and Swift Hav
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