2PM – GUEST: Ngozi Oleru, PhD, King County Environmental Health Director, on why they are planning to add a septic fee – http://mynorthwest.com/category/podcast_player/?a=10007608&sid=1004&n=The%20Dori%20Monson%20Show
What a night filled with the energy of citizens angry at the possibly of a new “fee” (tax) being considered on their private septic tanks by King County Board of Health.
Packing out the Tahoma Jr. High School (TJH) parking lot while more drivers continued to roll in looking for spots on Tuesday, June 21, was a sure indication that a hot button community topic had set off citizens far and wide. Citizens, community leaders and politicians filled the school’s library to overflowing, even though many had only just heard about the meeting days and hours before it was supposed to take place. Originally, organizers thought they might have 30 citizens come to the meeting; however, the huge turnout far exceeded their expectation.
Or download the archive PDF: Citizens Send KC Board of Health Back Home with Something to Think About – VOICE of the Valley Online
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