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Downtown workers don’t feel prepared to handle crisis on their doorsteps

Employees near Bellingham alleys want more services for homelessness and addiction

A person sits on the corner of Holly Street and Railroad Avenue next to a colorful sign as they sit next to a shopping cart full of items.
A person sits on the corner of Holly Street and Railroad Avenue, near Little Cheerful Cafe, Horseshoe Cafe & Bar and other restaurants on Wednesday, Nov. 15. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Charlotte Alden General Assignment/Enterprise Reporter
Editor’s Note: This story is part of an occasional series covering the impact of homelessness
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