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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Final public hearing on proposed coal terminal in Bellingham

Karen McFadden from Kenmore at left holding sign and Toni Potter from Lake Forest Park to her right stand with others listening to speakers during the rally at Seattle's Freeway Park protesting against the proposed coal trains running through Seattle to Cherry Point in Bellingham. Puget Sound residents gathered for a rally and press conference before heading into the Coal Public Hearing to officially voice concerns over the impacts of the proposed coal export terminal at Cherry Point. The gathering was at Seattle's Freeway Park just outside the Convention Center where the hearings are taking place.

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