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Bellingham historian and visionary gets street named after him

'The community is different and better' because of Brian Griffin

Brian Griffin, right, speaks to a crowd during the unveiling of a street sign near the Fairhaven Library as all attendees brave the rain by using umbrellas.
Brian Griffin, right, speaks to a crowd during the unveiling of a street sign near the Fairhaven Library on Monday, Oct. 16. The street off Finnegan Way was named Brian Griffin Lane after the local historian, to honor his lifetime of dedication to the Bellingham community. (Andrew Ford/Cascadia Daily News)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
The approximately 40 people who gathered Monday, Oct. 16 in front of Fairhaven Library to celebrate
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