Bellingham may expand the number and size of so-called "mother-in-law units" allowed citywide under a measure being discussed Monday. It's part of an effort to add housing without adding sprawl, in the face of rising home prices and rents.
Bellingham may expand the number and size of so-called "mother-in-law units" allowed citywide under a measure being discussed Monday. It's part of an effort to add housing without adding sprawl, in the face of rising home prices and rents. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
Bellingham may expand the number and size of so-called "mother-in-law units" allowed citywide under a measure being discussed Monday. It's part of an effort to add housing without adding sprawl, in the face of rising home prices and rents. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

Could this be a way for Bellingham to tackle rising home prices and skyrocketing rents?

April 09, 2018 05:00 AM