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Residents worry planned border crossing expansion could harm Sumas economy

Project manager says changes are needed to address stressed ports

The Sumas border crossing looking toward Abbotsford has some cars parked nearby while others are trying to get past the border check.
The Sumas border crossing looking toward Abbotsford. The border crossing expansion would increase capacity and security on the American side of the border, the federal government says. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Charlotte Alden General Assignment/Enterprise Reporter
SUMAS — A planned expansion of the Sumas and Lynden border crossings is expected to assuage traffi
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