LeMay site manager John Cox explains the operation of the county’s idled compactor, which ceased to operate in June, during a tour last week of the Thurston County Transfer Station in Hawks Prairie.
LeMay site manager John Cox explains the operation of the county’s idled compactor, which ceased to operate in June, during a tour last week of the Thurston County Transfer Station in Hawks Prairie. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
LeMay site manager John Cox explains the operation of the county’s idled compactor, which ceased to operate in June, during a tour last week of the Thurston County Transfer Station in Hawks Prairie. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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