Lining up the dominoes, er, priorities — together

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LYNDEN ­— Working together, Lynden-area leaders should try to get the first domino to fall, and that domino is, by consensus, a new Lynden Middle School.

The school’s replacement could set in motion a series of other property and infrastructure actions for the good of the community and at a cost savings, again from working together.

So summarized city councilor Gary Bode, as 16 Lynden-area elected leaders wrapped up a two-hour session with the public Wednesday at City Hall Annex.

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Calvin Bratt is the editor of the Lynden Tribune. Email Calvin at Follow the Tribune on Twitter at @LyndenTribune.