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  • Whatcom County residents sound off on Hirst decision, county moratorium

    For the fourth time, the County Council is restricting new rural developments that rely on domestic wells in Whatcom County, in response to a controversial Supreme Court ruling known as the Hirst decision. These county residents spoke at a public hearing Tuesday, Oct, 10 on the issue. Video courtesy of Whatcom County

Whatcom County residents sound off on Hirst decision, county moratorium

For the fourth time, the County Council is restricting new rural developments that rely on domestic wells in Whatcom County, in response to a controversial Supreme Court ruling known as the Hirst decision. These county residents spoke at a public hearing Tuesday, Oct, 10 on the issue. Video courtesy of Whatcom County
Jim Donaldson The Bellingham Herald