A worker stands near dredging equipment stationed in the middle of Whatcom Waterway on Aug. 12, 2015. Crews are cleaning up historic contamination in the downtown Bellingham channel under a project partially paid for by state cleanup grants. Low oil prices mean fewer tax dollars for those grants.
A worker stands near dredging equipment stationed in the middle of Whatcom Waterway on Aug. 12, 2015. Crews are cleaning up historic contamination in the downtown Bellingham channel under a project partially paid for by state cleanup grants. Low oil prices mean fewer tax dollars for those grants. Samantha Wohlfeil swohlfeil@bhamherald.com
A worker stands near dredging equipment stationed in the middle of Whatcom Waterway on Aug. 12, 2015. Crews are cleaning up historic contamination in the downtown Bellingham channel under a project partially paid for by state cleanup grants. Low oil prices mean fewer tax dollars for those grants. Samantha Wohlfeil swohlfeil@bhamherald.com

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