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Lynden, Sumas port expansions on track to begin in 2026

Public hearing on environmental impact statement expected in early fall

The Kenneth G. Ward border crossing on Friday, April 12 in Lynden. The U.S. General Services Administration hosted an open house Tuesday, April 16 on the modernization and expansion of the Kenneth G. Ward and Sumas land ports of entry. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Charlotte Alden General Assignment/Enterprise Reporter
The planned expansion of the Sumas and Lynden border crossings is still in development stages, as th
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