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February

28
FEB

Dunn to Chair King County Flood Control District
Serving on key Council committees in 2013

25
FEB

Dembowski to chair County Council’s Regional Transit Committee
Council’s newest member will also serve on Government Accountability, Transportation and Law and Justice Committees

20
FEB

King County and city of Seattle to host Civil Rights leader Rev. Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr. to discuss Kingian Principles of Nonviolence
King County, the city of Seattle’s Office for Civil Rights, University of Washington’s Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity and Antioch University will celebrate Black History Month by welcoming Rev. Dr. Bernard LaFayette Jr., one of the preeminent authorities on non-violent social change.

19
FEB

King County promotes low-interest loans for environmental sustainability projects
County Council unanimously adopts Green Community Initiative, providing access to financing for energy and water conservation projects

11
FEB

Council approves members of Advisory Council for Eastside Rail Corridor
Panel will oversee partner planning process for 42-mile corridor

11
FEB

County Conservation Futures funds to benefit Greenwood/Phinney community
Funds to be used to build park across from Library

11
FEB

Partners in regional prosperity: Council approves motion supporting vision of “innovative and sustainable” economy
Embracing strategies that allow everyone opportunity for “outstanding quality of life”

11
FEB

Phillips applauds restoration of some late night transit service to Magnolia
Additional late night trip to be added to Route 24 starting February 16

4
FEB

County Council ready to focus on Executive’s plans to strengthen King County’s “infrastructure”
Members receive State of the County Address from Executive Constantine

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206-477-1000
TTY/TDD:
206-296-1024
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206-296-0198