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The role of the SWIF Advisory Council is to provide policy input, project briefings and to check in with the King County Flood Control District (Flood District) throughout the SWIF process.

The AC informs SWIF Policy Decisions via the Flood District Executive Committee on the following:

  1. Goals, vision and strategy
  2. Level of protection
  3. Vegetation management alternatives
  4. Alternatives analysis plus preferred alternative
  5. Capital project prioritization
  6. Implementation and financing Plan

Meeting Schedule

The Green River SWIF Advisory Council has met four times during the project. All meetings were open to the public and organized to provide timely input and recommendations to the project, in support of product development and Flood District decision-making at critical project junctures.




King County Flood Control District

Chair Reagan Dunn

King County Council Councilmember Dave Upthegrove

King County

Fred Jarrett, Deputy Executive

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Col. Bruce Estok

Muckleshoot Indian Tribe

Isabel Tinoco, Director of Fisheries Division

Governor’s Office of Regulatory Assistance

Jesus Sanchez, Governor’s Office for Regulatory Innovation and Assistance

City of Tukwila

Mayor Jim Haggerton

City of Kent

Mayor Suzette Cooke

City of Auburn

Councilmember Wayne Osborne

City of Renton

Mayor Denis Law

National Marine Fisheries Service

Mike Grady

Puget Sound Partnership

Marc Daily, Acting Director


Marlla Mhoon, Co-chair


Lori Pitzer or Susan Champlain

Business leader

Sam Anderson

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For more information, please contact Lorin Reinelt, managing engineer, River and Floodplain Management Section.