The Governors Point peninsula, which is south of Bellingham, is shown in this aerial photo from June 4, 2014. It was sold for $5.7 million to a Canadian business owner, who is proposing to build 16 homes there while setting aside 80-plus acres of the land as a nature reserve.
The Governors Point peninsula, which is south of Bellingham, is shown in this aerial photo from June 4, 2014. It was sold for $5.7 million to a Canadian business owner, who is proposing to build 16 homes there while setting aside 80-plus acres of the land as a nature reserve. Brett Baunton Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
The Governors Point peninsula, which is south of Bellingham, is shown in this aerial photo from June 4, 2014. It was sold for $5.7 million to a Canadian business owner, who is proposing to build 16 homes there while setting aside 80-plus acres of the land as a nature reserve. Brett Baunton Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

For decades, Bellingham wouldn't supply water to Governors Point. So why will it now?

June 05, 2018 02:47 PM