A view of the 82-acre Chuckanut Ridge from Feb. 4, 2013. The Washington State Supreme Court won’t review a lawsuit that claimed the park district created to help buy the land, now known as the Chuckanut Community Forest, and the tax for it were illegal.
A view of the 82-acre Chuckanut Ridge from Feb. 4, 2013. The Washington State Supreme Court won’t review a lawsuit that claimed the park district created to help buy the land, now known as the Chuckanut Community Forest, and the tax for it were illegal. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
A view of the 82-acre Chuckanut Ridge from Feb. 4, 2013. The Washington State Supreme Court won’t review a lawsuit that claimed the park district created to help buy the land, now known as the Chuckanut Community Forest, and the tax for it were illegal. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

Decades have been spent to protect these 82 wooded acres. Is that finally ending?

March 10, 2018 05:00 AM