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City open house to address Bakerview overpass project

Chuck Neff and Lisa Drafs of Bel-Core Concrete Cutting cut West Bakerview Road in front of the new Costco fuel site on West Bakerview Road in Bellingham, Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016. The area has seen more traffic in recent years and that is expected to increase with several commercial and residential developments arriving, including Costco.
Chuck Neff and Lisa Drafs of Bel-Core Concrete Cutting cut West Bakerview Road in front of the new Costco fuel site on West Bakerview Road in Bellingham, Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016. The area has seen more traffic in recent years and that is expected to increase with several commercial and residential developments arriving, including Costco. pdwyer@bhamherald.com

City officials will unveil their proposed options to improve access to Interstate 5 at Bakerview Road.

An open house is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 25, in the Alderwood Elementary School cafeteria at 3400 Hollywood Ave.

Representatives from the city and the Washington State Department of Transportation will be available to talk about the final options being considered for the overpass.

The area has seen more traffic in recent years and it is expected to increase with several commercial and residential developments arriving, including the new Costco store.

The Costco store is slated to open Saturday, Nov. 19.

Details about the meeting and the overpass project can be found on the city’s website.

Dave Gallagher: 360-715-2269, @BhamHeraldBiz

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