Owner Robin Dexter holds onto a crane hook while preparing to launch his 52-foot purse seiner Labyrinth with help of a Ness Crane on May 12, 2011 at The Landing on Colony Wharf in Bellingham. Environmentalists and labor leaders are asking Port of Bellingham officials to add specific language in waterfront development plans to ensure that the estimated thousands of new jobs there are "living wage."
Owner Robin Dexter holds onto a crane hook while preparing to launch his 52-foot purse seiner Labyrinth with help of a Ness Crane on May 12, 2011 at The Landing on Colony Wharf in Bellingham. Environmentalists and labor leaders are asking Port of Bellingham officials to add specific language in waterfront development plans to ensure that the estimated thousands of new jobs there are "living wage." THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Owner Robin Dexter holds onto a crane hook while preparing to launch his 52-foot purse seiner Labyrinth with help of a Ness Crane on May 12, 2011 at The Landing on Colony Wharf in Bellingham. Environmentalists and labor leaders are asking Port of Bellingham officials to add specific language in waterfront development plans to ensure that the estimated thousands of new jobs there are "living wage." THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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