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Zita: Olympia Port Commission was told military cargo might come in fall

Under questioning from the audience, many of whom wanted specific answers about military shipments, Port Commissioner E.J. Zita explained that more than a month ago, Port of Olympia Executive Director Ed Galligan told the commission that military cargo might come to the port this fall. He asked the commissioners to make inquiries to the city of Olympia and to local police to ensure there was adequate law enforcement available.

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