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May 15, 2013 at 11:05 PM

State fines 7 moving companies operating without permits

The state fined seven moving companies in Washington Wednesday for operating without permits to provide residential moving services. Most or all of the $5,000 fines for six of those companies will be suspended for two years and perhaps waived if proper permits are obtained, according to the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC). But the state says…

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August 7, 2012 at 11:46 AM

State wants to know: Was your garbage really collected?

State regulators investigating Waste Management’s performance during its recent garbage strike will hold a public hearing Thursday to determine whether the company was adequately prepared for the strike, and whether it accurately reported garbage collections to regulators during the labor dispute. The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission also is considering a request from the company that…

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