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Maple Valley resident David Pilgrim reappointed to serve on King County Landmarks Commission

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The Metropolitan King County Council today gave its unanimous approval to the reappointment of David Pilgrim to the King County Landmarks Commission, representing local heritage organizations, position 2.

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The Metropolitan King County Council today gave its unanimous approval to the reappointment of David Pilgrim to the King County Landmarks Commission, representing local heritage organizations, position 2.

“David has been active in the Maple Valley community for over 20 years and is a great addition to the King County Landmarks Commission,” said Councilmember Reagan Dunn, who is sponsoring Pilgrim’s reappointment. 

“My first term on the King County Landmark Commission, was very rewarding. I’m excited to be reappointed to this important commission and continue to preserve key historical areas in the County,” said Pilgrim. “I’m glad for Councilmember Reagan Dunn’s support and look forward to serving the public in my next term.”

Pilgrim has served on the Greater Maple Valley/Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce, served as a member of the Couth County Chamber Coalition, President of the Wilderness Village Merchants Association and is currently a board member of the Maple Valley Historical Society, serving as its treasurer.

Pilgrim and his wife Sue owned the True Value Hardware store in the Wilderness Village Shopping Center for many years and he recently retired from the position of Store Manager for Junction True Value Hardware in West Seattle.  

For eight years, Pilgrim served on the City of Maple Valley’s City Council and represented the city on King County’s Landmark Commission.

“I’m glad to sponsor’s David’s reappointment to the King County Landmarks Commission,” said Dunn. “David’s had a key role in developing the future of Maple Valley and done a great job working to protect our region’s past.” 

The nine-member Landmarks Commission was established in 1980 by Ordinance 10474 (KCC 20.62) to ensure that the historic places, material culture, and traditions which best reflect the region's 13,000 years of human history are preserved for future generations.

Pilgrim’s term on the Commission runs through June 2020.

Read more about this legislation on the King County Council’s LEGISEARCH system at https://kingcounty.gov/council/legislation.aspx and type in “2018-0073”  

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