Brian Gerritz, president of Pavilion Construction, passes out shovels for the ceremonial groundbreaking of the Low Income Housing Institute’s 43-unit Billy Frank Jr. Place apartments in downtown Olympia on May 27. Years of pollution from the property, which was previously owned by the city of Olympia and the state Department of Transportation, has migrated to neighboring properties, according to a complaint for damages that was filed in Thurston County Superior Court.
Brian Gerritz, president of Pavilion Construction, passes out shovels for the ceremonial groundbreaking of the Low Income Housing Institute’s 43-unit Billy Frank Jr. Place apartments in downtown Olympia on May 27. Years of pollution from the property, which was previously owned by the city of Olympia and the state Department of Transportation, has migrated to neighboring properties, according to a complaint for damages that was filed in Thurston County Superior Court. Tony Overman Staff file
Brian Gerritz, president of Pavilion Construction, passes out shovels for the ceremonial groundbreaking of the Low Income Housing Institute’s 43-unit Billy Frank Jr. Place apartments in downtown Olympia on May 27. Years of pollution from the property, which was previously owned by the city of Olympia and the state Department of Transportation, has migrated to neighboring properties, according to a complaint for damages that was filed in Thurston County Superior Court. Tony Overman Staff file

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