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  • Thurston County's new septic system plan includes annual fees

    Art Starry, director of Thurston County Environmental Health, gives the Thurston County Commissioners and Board of Health background about proposed updates for the county's on-site septic system management plan on Nov. 8, 2016. The Board of Health adopted the plan with a 2-1 vote, and will hold a public hearing on the propsed fees on Dec. 6.

Art Starry, director of Thurston County Environmental Health, gives the Thurston County Commissioners and Board of Health background about proposed updates for the county's on-site septic system management plan on Nov. 8, 2016. The Board of Health adopted the plan with a 2-1 vote, and will hold a public hearing on the propsed fees on Dec. 6. Lisa Pemberton lpemberton@theolympian.com
Art Starry, director of Thurston County Environmental Health, gives the Thurston County Commissioners and Board of Health background about proposed updates for the county's on-site septic system management plan on Nov. 8, 2016. The Board of Health adopted the plan with a 2-1 vote, and will hold a public hearing on the propsed fees on Dec. 6. Lisa Pemberton lpemberton@theolympian.com

Thurston County Commissioners adopt septic plan with annual fees

November 08, 2016 5:10 PM