Elder Riches, a Boy Scout volunteer and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints missionary, throws a Christmas tree on a pile at Bellingham’s Clean Green transfer station on Saturday, Jan. 9. The City Council voted Monday, Jan. 11, to end the Clean Green program.
Elder Riches, a Boy Scout volunteer and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints missionary, throws a Christmas tree on a pile at Bellingham’s Clean Green transfer station on Saturday, Jan. 9. The City Council voted Monday, Jan. 11, to end the Clean Green program. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com
Elder Riches, a Boy Scout volunteer and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints missionary, throws a Christmas tree on a pile at Bellingham’s Clean Green transfer station on Saturday, Jan. 9. The City Council voted Monday, Jan. 11, to end the Clean Green program. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com

Bellingham ends 27-year-old Clean Green program

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