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Thurston County Connection
December, 2014
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Changes at Thurston County Superior Court

(More) Changes at Thurston County Superior Court

County Benefits from “JBLM Day of Service”

It’s official!

Health Systems Doing a Good Job of Tracking Illnesses

Families Welcome New Members

Perfection is Reality for County Waste Water Treatment Plant

Less Leftovers, More Joy

The Klondike Kings and the telegraph to nowhere

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 Public Works Receives National Accreditation.

Review results in APWA membership.

On November 15, the county’s Public Works Department received accreditation from the American Public Works Association (APWA). APWA, an international organization promoting professional excellence, awarded the accreditation after an intensive review and evaluation of the department’s policies, procedures and operations.

“Thurston County’s Public Works is to be commended for their commitment to improving operations to enhance their internal performance, and to assuring their community they meet or exceed national standards,” said APWA Accreditation Director Ann Daniels.

Public Works is responsible for the design, construction, maintenance and improvement of more than 1,000 miles of county roadway and adjacent right of way in addition to waste and utilities management, traffic signs and signals and county parks.

By Keith Eisner

County Public Works now belongs to APWA. County Public Works now belongs to APWA.