BELLINGHAM, Wash. -- The Bellingham City Council has another busy meeting tonight.
Councilman Gene Knutzen says the council will look at a low-income housing levy proposal, as well as an update on the city's plan to help prevent zebra mussels from invading Lake Whatcom.
He says the invasive mussels could cause big trouble for the city's water treatment plant.
The city council will also hold a public hearing on development regulations in Fairhaven, and will hear a presentation on a joint resolution for the continuation of county-wide Whatcom Medic One services.
The city council's regular meeting starts at 7 p.m. at the council chambers on Lottie Street.