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March

29
MAR

King County Community Service Area Open House
Meet Councilmember Kathy Lambert and discuss issues affecting Snoqualmie Valley

27
MAR

Upthegrove supports increased bus service between Renton and Kent
“Renton and Kent residents need access to dependable bus service”

27
MAR

More bus service coming to Burien, SeaTac, Renton, and Kent
“Metro’s proposed service changes are a good step in the right direction towards more frequent and reliable service to our communities”

27
MAR

County and Issaquah collaborate on Traffic Solutions on Issaquah-Hobart Road
The corridor is experiencing increased traffic and travel time and the goal of the study is to gather data and conduct analyses of the corridor and recommend solutions to reduce congestion and collisions.

23
MAR

State Agriculture Director leads panel in Auburn on state of agriculture in valley and region
Discussion on the important role agriculture plays in South King County

9
MAR

Council Budget Chair Statement on Executive’s Tax Increase Proposal
“This proposed sales tax increase would hit low income folks the hardest. Our state already has the most regressive tax system in the country, and this would make it even worse in King County.”

8
MAR

Jensen Reappointed to Harborview Board of Trustees
“Her work has helped Harborview Medical Center remain a national model for public health efforts, and I am grateful for her service.”

7
MAR

County Council Opposes Efforts to Privatize Federal Land
Adopts motion Resisting Efforts to Sell County’s Federal Public Lands

7
MAR

Public invited to meeting on repairs to the West Point Treatment Plant
“This is a chance for the public to hear what went wrong, what will be done to fix the problem and what's being done to make sure this never happens again.”

7
MAR

Council to Call for Third Party Investigation of West Point Disaster
“In light of questions raised and then unanswered by plant management at recent hearings, we believe it is our duty to get this information from an independent source.”

6
MAR

County Council joins in wishing “safe fishing” to crews preparing to head to Alaska
Council recognizes the annual “Blessing of the Fleet”

6
MAR

Effort to Honor Veterans on 100th Anniversary of America’s Entry into First World War
Seattle, King County restoring historic plaques to honor those who served

6
MAR

Dunn reappointed to County leadership for 2017
I take my job seriously and appreciate the confidence my colleagues placed in me while working for good solutions last year

6
MAR

County Council Women’s History Month proclamation recognizes, celebrates the challenges and contributions of women
Celebrating the historic contributions women of every race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic background have made, and continue to make,in the growth and strength of King County, Washington State, our nation, and the global community

1
MAR

Emergency action to speed repairs of West Point Treatment Plant
Kohl-Welles directs effort to extend waiver of contracting and procurement procedures

28
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206-477-1000
TTY/TDD:
206-296-1024
Email:
council@kingcounty.gov