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Officials clear out large homeless encampment engulfing town’s city hall over fears of violence by ‘agitators’ from Portland

City officials in Bellingham, Washington, ordered the removal of a homeless encampment ahead of schedule after reports of possible violence by “outside agitators” from Portland and other cities. Bellingham is located about 90 miles north of Seattle, with a population of about 89,000 people. Bellingham Police and Public Works crews removed the encampment from the city hall and the library on…

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