Input sought for Larrabee State Park changes

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDJanuary 12, 2014 

BELLINGHAM - The public can learn about a management plan for Larrabee State Park at a Thursday, Jan. 16, workshop in the Fairhaven Library, 1117 12th St.

People can learn about the plan, provide input on what is important to park users, and indicate what they want to change or save at Larrabee, according to state parks officials.

People can submit comments during the event, which is 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Or send an e-mail to Larrabee.Planning@parks.wa.gov, as well as call Park Planner Randy Kline at 360-902-8632.

Information about the land-use planning project is online at parks.wa.gov/plans/larrabee.

Larrabee State Park near Bellingham is the oldest developed park in the state park system.

Reach Kie Relyea at 360-715-2234 or kie.relyea@bellinghamherald.com .

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