Olympian file photo: In 2007, landowner John Burnell contended that several of the vehicles the county had labeled junk actually were roadworthy. Thurston County Commissioners are considering a new code that would help it regulate land use violations, such as junk vehicles and unpermitted building projects.
Olympian file photo: In 2007, landowner John Burnell contended that several of the vehicles the county had labeled junk actually were roadworthy. Thurston County Commissioners are considering a new code that would help it regulate land use violations, such as junk vehicles and unpermitted building projects. Steve Bloom Staff photographer
Olympian file photo: In 2007, landowner John Burnell contended that several of the vehicles the county had labeled junk actually were roadworthy. Thurston County Commissioners are considering a new code that would help it regulate land use violations, such as junk vehicles and unpermitted building projects. Steve Bloom Staff photographer

Thurston County’s controversial land use enforcement code resurfaces

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