Bill Van Hook, a former assistant attorney general who came out of retirement to take over as the Special Commitment Center CEO, watches employees dismount from the ferry at the Steilacoom Ferry Dock in May 2016. A new state auditor’s report found the SCC to be violating state rules regarding EMT staffing, though Van Hook says the issue is being resolved by cross-training current staff.
Bill Van Hook, a former assistant attorney general who came out of retirement to take over as the Special Commitment Center CEO, watches employees dismount from the ferry at the Steilacoom Ferry Dock in May 2016. A new state auditor’s report found the SCC to be violating state rules regarding EMT staffing, though Van Hook says the issue is being resolved by cross-training current staff. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com
Bill Van Hook, a former assistant attorney general who came out of retirement to take over as the Special Commitment Center CEO, watches employees dismount from the ferry at the Steilacoom Ferry Dock in May 2016. A new state auditor’s report found the SCC to be violating state rules regarding EMT staffing, though Van Hook says the issue is being resolved by cross-training current staff. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com

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