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

February 22, 2016 2:48 PM