Petunia Septic Service operator John Larson pumps a holding tank Thursday that services the Black Lake Bible Camp kitchen complex. Newly established county regulations require property owners to pay a fee for a report on their septic systems if they sell the property.
Petunia Septic Service operator John Larson pumps a holding tank Thursday that services the Black Lake Bible Camp kitchen complex. Newly established county regulations require property owners to pay a fee for a report on their septic systems if they sell the property. The Olympian
Petunia Septic Service operator John Larson pumps a holding tank Thursday that services the Black Lake Bible Camp kitchen complex. Newly established county regulations require property owners to pay a fee for a report on their septic systems if they sell the property. The Olympian

Septic rules take effect

September 04, 2010 12:00 AM

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