Olympian file: Carrying two seashells, Gregg Reynolds and Tolly do a quick beach comb below the Reynolds home on Henderson Inlet in 2008. The Thurston County Commission approved an ordinance to re-enact rates and charges to continue funding the Henderson Inlet Shellfish Protection District’s on-site sewage system work plan on Tuesday.
Olympian file: Carrying two seashells, Gregg Reynolds and Tolly do a quick beach comb below the Reynolds home on Henderson Inlet in 2008. The Thurston County Commission approved an ordinance to re-enact rates and charges to continue funding the Henderson Inlet Shellfish Protection District’s on-site sewage system work plan on Tuesday. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Olympian file: Carrying two seashells, Gregg Reynolds and Tolly do a quick beach comb below the Reynolds home on Henderson Inlet in 2008. The Thurston County Commission approved an ordinance to re-enact rates and charges to continue funding the Henderson Inlet Shellfish Protection District’s on-site sewage system work plan on Tuesday. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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