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Survey: Public wants more access to waterfront and beaches

Survey asked what more the Port of Bellingham should offer at its parks and open spaces

An aerial view of Kayakers playing water polo in Marine Park in Fairhaven with trees and the city of Bellingham in the background.
Kayakers play water polo in April 2023 off Marine Park in Fairhaven. The park is one of the Port of Bellingham's most popular destinations, according to a recent survey. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
A public survey completed last month told Port of Bellingham leaders something they already knew: Pe
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