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Tim Douglas is the former mayor of Bellingham, Washington. Douglas moved to Bellingham in August 1967, after completing his master's degree in Indiana. [1]

Douglas was appointed by the Bellingham City Council in September 2006 to serve the remainder of former Mayor Mark Asmundson's four-year term. [2] He had previously served as mayor from 1984–1995. He left office when Mayor Dan Pike was elected in November 2007. [2]

Douglas was given a lifetime community service award in May 2006. [1]

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  1. 1 2 City of Bellingham, Washington, The "unstoppable Tim Douglas", by Louise Bjornsom, 12 September 2006.
  2. 1 2 City of Bellingham, Washington, Historical Listing of City Councils and Mayors.