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Lawns around waterfront digester tanks to be removed following lead paint exposure

The port started a cleaning project to remove paint in April

A "Keep Out" sign warns visitors to stay off the grassy lawn next to the digester tanks on Tuesday, May 7 at the Bellingham waterfront. Despite controls, lead-based paint chips from the Digester Tanks ended up on the lawn in the area. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Annie Todd Criminal Justice/Enterprise Reporter
The lawns around the digester tanks at the Bellingham waterfront are going to be ripped up and repla
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