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In their role as the Board of Health, the Thurston County Commissioners approved a $10 annual fee for about 42,000 properties in Thurston County that operate on septic systems. The fee, which was originally much higher and affected more homes but was also offset by the cancellation of some other septic-related fees, has been a controversial issue. Lisa Pemberton lpemberton@theolympian.com
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December 16, 2016 05:20 PM

UPDATED December 18, 2016 07:31 AM

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