John Hatten of Bellingham dumps hedges from his trailer at the Clean Green Transfer Station on Woburn Street and Lakeway Drive in Bellingham in this file photo from Nov. 15, 2009. The City Council is considering cutting Clean Green, which Bellingham and Whatcom County started in 1989.
John Hatten of Bellingham dumps hedges from his trailer at the Clean Green Transfer Station on Woburn Street and Lakeway Drive in Bellingham in this file photo from Nov. 15, 2009. The City Council is considering cutting Clean Green, which Bellingham and Whatcom County started in 1989. Staff The Bellingham Herald
John Hatten of Bellingham dumps hedges from his trailer at the Clean Green Transfer Station on Woburn Street and Lakeway Drive in Bellingham in this file photo from Nov. 15, 2009. The City Council is considering cutting Clean Green, which Bellingham and Whatcom County started in 1989. Staff The Bellingham Herald

City Council could cut Clean Green program in Bellingham

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