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15
DEC

King County Council confirms Tricia Davis as Road Services Division Director
The King County Council voted unanimously today to confirm Davis, who was appointed to the position earlier this year. She will oversee the division – part of King County Local Services – that maintains 2,967 lane miles of roads, 182 bridges and other critical infrastructure in the unincorporated areas.

22
OCT

Chambers of commerce, community-based organizations in unincorporated King County can apply for COVID-19 grant of up to $10,000
This new grant program is part of King County’s economic development relief action in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency. Its goal is to support existing chambers of commerce and community-based organizations (CBOs) that provide marketing and technical assistance to small businesses. Interested chambers of commerce and CBOs must apply by 5 p.m., Friday, Oct. 30.

16
OCT

Local Services virtual town hall set for Vashon-Maury Island on Thursday, Oct. 22
Participants will hear directly from their local government leaders, including King County Councilmember Joe McDermott. Representatives from Local Services and other departments that serve the unincorporated areas will discuss how they are delivering services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

13
OCT

Local Services virtual town hall set for White Center - North Highline on Oct. 15
Participants will hear directly from their local government leaders, including King County Councilmember Joe McDermott. Representatives from Local Services and other departments that serve the unincorporated areas will discuss how they are delivering services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

2
OCT

Tricia Davis named Director of King County Local Services Road Services Division
Local Services Director John Taylor this week announced the appointment of Davis – who’s currently Deputy Director of King County Metro’s Rail Operations Division. She will begin working with Road Services in November, and her appointment will be effective once the King County Council confirms it later this year.

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