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November

24
NOV

Restoration, preservation and renovation of art, culture and history in Seattle
Facilities to receive economic boost from Building for Culture Program

24
NOV

Preserving, renovating, and building veterans and heritage facilities in Shoreline and Kenmore
King County Councilmember Rod Dembowski secures Building for Culture grants

24
NOV

Fiscal Options, Transportation and Public Health Highlight King County’s Legislative Agenda
Unanimous support for County’s focus during 2016 Legislative Session

23
NOV

Renton Historical Society Awarded Funds to Renovate Museum Lobby
Facilities to receive economic boost from Building for Culture Program

23
NOV

Eastside Arts and Heritage Institutions to benefit from Building for Culture Grant
Tateuchi Center, Kirkland Arts, KidsQuest and Bellevue Youth Theater will get economic boost from program

23
NOV

Restoration, preservation and renovation of art, culture and history in Seattle
Washington Hall, other Capitol Hill and Central District facilities to receive economic boost from Building for Culture Program

23
NOV

Restoration, preservation and renovation of art, culture and history in Seattle
Bing Kung Association, Wing Luke Museum, and other Chinatown/International District facilities to receive economic boost from Building for Culture Program

23
NOV

Restoration, preservation and renovation of art, culture and history in Seattle
Duwamish Hill Preserve, Moshier Art Center, and other south end facilities to receive economic boost from Building for Culture Program

23
NOV

Restoration, preservation and renovation of art, culture and history in King County
Mukai House, Center for the Arts, and other Vashon facilities to receive economic boost from Building for Culture Program

23
NOV

Restoration, preservation and renovation of art, culture and history in Seattle
Admiral Theatre, Alki Homestead, and other West Seattle facilities to receive economic boost from Building for Culture Program

23
NOV

County Council approves adding more land to King County’s “Green Curtain”
4,000 acres added to voter approved Open Space program

23
NOV

Preserving, renovating and creating art and heritage facilities in Auburn and Federal Way
Facilities to receive economic boost from Building for Culture Program

23
NOV

Enumclaw Expo Center Awarded Funds for Field House Renovation
Facilities to receive economic boost from Building for Culture Program

23
NOV

King County Awards KidsQuest Funds for Capital Campaign
Facilities to receive economic boost from Building for Culture Program

18
NOV

47th Legislative District members guest at “Good Eggs” Breakfast
Legislative leadership meet with south County officials

16
NOV

County Council Proclaims Nov. 20 Adoption Day in King County
King County Superior Court will celebrate its 14th Annual Adoption Day on November 20, 2015, by finalizing the adoptions of nearly 30 local children

16
NOV

County Council appoints Cheryle Broom as Interim Director of the Office of Law Enforcement Oversight
Former County Auditor to oversee operation of agency responsible for ensuring integrity of complaint and internal investigations process in Sheriff’s Office

16
NOV

Council recognizes Mike Dunwiddie for a quarter-century of heading King County Aquatic Center
Mike Dunwiddie, Director of the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, was recognized for his 25 years of service at the facility by the Metropolitan King County Council.

9
NOV

County Councilmembers statement on the passing of King County Superior Court Judge Patricia Clark
“Judge Clark’s greatest legacy will be those young people who thanks to alternatives such as Drug Court and Family Court, are given an opportunity to become thriving members of the community, and not just another young person in jail.”

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206-296-1024
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206-296-0198