December 6, 2018 / Ron Judd / Seattle Times

After 12 years of more talk than action, work on Bellingham’s central waterfront is finally underway

At one of the many new local brewpubs — locals stopped counting after the first dozen — wisecracking skeptics up in the Fourth Corner might be tempted to write off the spendy, long-delayed Bellingham waterfront redevelopment project as a cruel joke, sprung on graying-hippie local residents by fleeing captains of industry: “Want your precious natural waterfront, free of our toxins (and jobs), to remake on your own terms, in your own greenie image? Knock yourselves out, kids.” Read full article here: After 12 years of more talk than action, work on Bellingham’s central waterfront is finally underway  

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