Crews will remove nearly 400 tons of contaminated soil at 606 Union Ave. SE. The property’s current tenant, Howard’s Prestige Cleaners, will remain open during construction.
Crews will remove nearly 400 tons of contaminated soil at 606 Union Ave. SE. The property’s current tenant, Howard’s Prestige Cleaners, will remain open during construction. Andy Hobbs The Olympian
Crews will remove nearly 400 tons of contaminated soil at 606 Union Ave. SE. The property’s current tenant, Howard’s Prestige Cleaners, will remain open during construction. Andy Hobbs The Olympian

Nearly 400 tons of polluted soil to be removed at former Olympia Dry Cleaners site

July 30, 2015 5:14 PM

More Videos

  • Hank is finally a free dog

    After spending five months at the Lewis County Animal Shelter for falsely being considered dangerous, Hank the dog was finally allowed to return to his loving home.