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  • New cafeteria manager feels problems have been remedied

    George Johnson, the new manager of the employee cafe at the Department of Ecology in Lacey, was hired to take over after the Thurston County Health Department found numerous violations in mid-February. A subsequent inspection in March found no violations.

George Johnson, the new manager of the employee cafe at the Department of Ecology in Lacey, was hired to take over after the Thurston County Health Department found numerous violations in mid-February. A subsequent inspection in March found no violations. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
George Johnson, the new manager of the employee cafe at the Department of Ecology in Lacey, was hired to take over after the Thurston County Health Department found numerous violations in mid-February. A subsequent inspection in March found no violations. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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