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Guest commentary: Greenways connects us all

Greenways 5 levy is proposed to last 10 years and will be on November’s ballot

A path in between dense bushes and rows of large trees line up along the sidewalk.
An updated version of the Greenways Program levy will go in front of Bellingham voters at a reduced rate in November this year. The new levy, at 41 cents per $1,000 assessed property value, proposes a prioritization of climate resiliency, tree health and increasing green space in city limits. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Sarah Gardner Guest Writer
Ever wonder why Bellingham is so green with miles of recreational corridors, parks and open spaces?
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