A high security inmate paces around the recreation area of Whatcom County Jail during his weekly hour for recreation in 2015 in Bellingham. If the jail tax doesn’t pass Nov. 7, county and city officials say people who are arrested may be taken to jails in Yakima or beyond as they await trials.
A high security inmate paces around the recreation area of Whatcom County Jail during his weekly hour for recreation in 2015 in Bellingham. If the jail tax doesn’t pass Nov. 7, county and city officials say people who are arrested may be taken to jails in Yakima or beyond as they await trials. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald file
A high security inmate paces around the recreation area of Whatcom County Jail during his weekly hour for recreation in 2015 in Bellingham. If the jail tax doesn’t pass Nov. 7, county and city officials say people who are arrested may be taken to jails in Yakima or beyond as they await trials. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald file

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