Thurston County Receives Fifth Straight Clean Audit

Thurston County received a clean audit from the State Auditor’s Office for the fifth straight year.   “Clean audits are a credit to our sound policies and meticulous and talented staff,” said Mary Hall, Thurston County Auditor. The county auditor’s office overseas financial services for all of county government. “Clean audits should be a regular occurrence for Thurston County,” she said.…

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Asymptomatic COVID-19 Testing

Effective immediately,  DispatchHealth will be expanding services to include asymptomatic COVID-19 testing in senior living communities. Eligibility includes: Seniors who are moving into a community Seniors that are changing their level of living (moving from IL to AL or AL to MC) Known exposure Included in the change are expanded questions during the on boarding process to…

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Solar Grants Available for Farms & Small Businesses

Solar energy provides reliable energy cost savings & promotes sustainability within the community! However, many farms and small businesses face barriers when pursing their clean energy goals– most prominently the cost of installation.    Thankfully, there is an option exclusively for rural farms and small business: The USDA’s Rural Energy for America Program (REAP)! REAP…

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Thurston County Auditor’s Office Offering Drive Through Voter Services During Pandemic at South Puget Sound Community College

Thurston County residents can register to vote, get a replacement ballot and vote without leaving their car. The Thurston County Auditor’s Office Elections Division will be hosting their Voting Center at South Puget Sound Community College’s (SPSCC) Mottman Campus for the August primary and November general elections.   “We shifted to a drive-up model to protect employee and public…

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