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Landlords to face higher fees for inspections

Bellingham council: More change needed to improve rental oversight

An aerial view of Happy Valley and other Bellingham neighborhoods surrounding the town.
More accessory dwelling units may be built in Happy Valley and other Bellingham neighborhoods, after the city council on Monday, July 24, approved a new state law easing restrictions on the housing type. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Landlords in Bellingham will see their registration fees double, as part of a revamp of an 8-year-ol

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