BELLINGHAM, Wash. -- The Bellingham Port Commission will once again look at the idea of expanding from three to five members at its meeting this afternoon. Port commissioners last month voted in favor of putting an initiative to expand the commission on the November ballot. Port Commission President Mike McAuley says the way the original proposal was written may have been asking voters two questions in a single ballot initiative, which is not allowed by state law. McAuley says he'll propose a new resolution asking voters to expand the commission to five members that would represent five different districts in the county. He says the commission could deal with any changes to how members are apportioned under a separate proposal. The Port Commission meets at 3 p.m. at the Harbor Center conference room in Bellingham at 1801 Roeder Avenue.