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Bellingham will play a bigger role in rental inspections

Law aims to hold landlords accountable, ensure tenants have homes that are up to code

A for-rent sign hangs outside a rental property.
The Bellingham City Council voted to adopt a rental registration and safety inspection ordinance on Monday, Feb 26. (Trenton Almgren-Davis/Cascadia Daily News)
By Jemma Alexander News Intern
Bellingham landlords may no longer self-certify that their properties are up to code. A more transpa
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