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Millworks’ first residents grateful for new housing, opportunities on former G-P site

Second phase will be a 5-story building with food campus on the ground floor

Gov. Jay Inslee talks to Millworks resident Ruviselia Martinez during his tour of the development on May 14. Ruviselia, a mother of two, and her husband were among the first people to move into the affordable housing on the Bellingham waterfront. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Isaac Stone Simonelli Enterprise/Investigations Reporter
After losing her job during the pandemic and living on the streets, Ruviselia Martinez and her famil
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