BELLINGHAM, Wash. -- Bellingham voters will see a property tax levy to pay for low-income housing on the ballot this November. The city council unanimously approved putting the levy on the ballot this week. If approved by voters, the levy would lift the limit on property taxes by $0.36 cents per $1,000 of value for seven years. Council President Terry Bornemann says the council has considered the idea of a low-income housing levy for many years. Bornemann says he thinks voters will support the levy. The $21 million that the city expects to generate must be spent on housing and housing services for residents with low or very-low incomes. The majority is expected to be spent on building and preserving low-income housing units in the city.