Staff file, 2015: A sign on the door of the Bonjour Cupcakes’ location in Lacey reminds customers that it is no longer in business. The company, which had locations in Lacey and Olympia, is one of about 30 former businesses that have unpaid property taxes that could be wiped away by the County Commissioners on Tuesday.
Staff file, 2015: A sign on the door of the Bonjour Cupcakes’ location in Lacey reminds customers that it is no longer in business. The company, which had locations in Lacey and Olympia, is one of about 30 former businesses that have unpaid property taxes that could be wiped away by the County Commissioners on Tuesday. Rolf Boone Staff writer
Staff file, 2015: A sign on the door of the Bonjour Cupcakes’ location in Lacey reminds customers that it is no longer in business. The company, which had locations in Lacey and Olympia, is one of about 30 former businesses that have unpaid property taxes that could be wiped away by the County Commissioners on Tuesday. Rolf Boone Staff writer

Thurston County to consider writing off property taxes owed by shuttered businesses

February 06, 2017 04:09 PM

UPDATED February 14, 2017 09:36 AM

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