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Bellingham mayor fights fentanyl crisis with first-responder office downtown

Kim Lund announces executive order to bolster police presence, medical response

Emergency Medical Services Division Chief Scott Ryckman checks on a person huddled in a doorway on Commercial Street in Bellingham on Thursday, Feb. 15.
Emergency Medical Services Division Chief Scott Ryckman checks on a person huddled in a doorway on Commercial Street in Bellingham, Thursday, Feb. 15. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Confronted with a mounting fentanyl crisis, Bellingham Mayor Kim Lund on Tuesday, Feb. 20 announced
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