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CDN’s FAQ for the POB: A guide to truly historic waterfront boondoggling

Literally everything Bellingham's port touches starts as, or turns into, toxic waste

Layered boondoggles show themselves on Tuesday, May 7 near the Port of Bellingham's Trackside beer garden, where excavators ripped up tainted sod from a recent paint-stripping boondoggle as condos still-unfinished by previous port partner Harcourt Development provide a poetic, previous-boondoggle backdrop. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ron Judd Executive Editor
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