Sharon Holley, program manager for the Downtown Welcome Center and Downtown Ambassadors, cleans up human waste at a fire entrance near Capitol Way and Legion Way. “It was a huge mess all over that doorway and people were walking through it,” Holley told The Olympian. “When we talk about public bathrooms, it’s really about public health.”
Sharon Holley, program manager for the Downtown Welcome Center and Downtown Ambassadors, cleans up human waste at a fire entrance near Capitol Way and Legion Way. “It was a huge mess all over that doorway and people were walking through it,” Holley told The Olympian. “When we talk about public bathrooms, it’s really about public health.” Courtesy Olympia Downtown Ambassadors
Sharon Holley, program manager for the Downtown Welcome Center and Downtown Ambassadors, cleans up human waste at a fire entrance near Capitol Way and Legion Way. “It was a huge mess all over that doorway and people were walking through it,” Holley told The Olympian. “When we talk about public bathrooms, it’s really about public health.” Courtesy Olympia Downtown Ambassadors

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