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Impairment to the watershed that supplies the Bellingham Water Treatment Plant challenges the county, the city and plant operators in delivering high-quality water.
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The City of Bellingham, Wash., relies on Lake Whatcom to supply drinking water for its 87,700 residents. Also popular for swimming, boating and fishing, the 10-mile-long lake is divided into three basins, and the city draws water from the shallowest, called Geneva Basin.


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