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Talkin’ toxics, death by multi-zone seating and big rocks

CDN's Reader Mailbag spilleth over

An interpretive trail linking Bellingham's industrial past, including Waypoint Park's "iconic" Acid Ball, right, with the city's waterfront.
An interpretive trail linking Bellingham's industrial past, including Waypoint Park's "iconic" Acid Ball, right, with the city's waterfront future, is still on local planning dockets, with some improvements expected as soon as this summer. But long-term funding remains elusive. (Ron Judd/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ron Judd Executive Editor
Stuffed to the gills, is the CDN Big Reader Mailbag — which, upon inspection, has not been cleaned
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