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Bellingham council’s Lilliquist: I support the ‘low-density’ option for Lake Whatcom

Caveat: City needs another option that addresses all current polluters

North Lake Whatcom shores has docking piers along the shoreline.
Managing the dual residential and drinking water uses of Lake Whatcom, whose northern shorelines are pictured here in September 2023, continues to be a challenge for local governments forced to balance urban growth with water quality. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Michael Lilliquist Guest Writer
The Bellingham City Council recently faced a paradox concerning the protection of Lake Whatcom from
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