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Logan Harris
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Phone: 206-477-4516

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Recent news releases


Brightwater Center kicks off its summer events beginning in June
The whole family is invited to Brightwater Center this summer for a variety of all-ages events. Come take a tour of the treatment plant, learn how to install a rain garden or how to identify edible plants.


Dockton dock and Tramp Harbor pier surveys topic of June community meetings
King County Parks is inviting residents to community meetings to learn about the findings from an online survey about recreational use of Vashon public docks.


Snoqualmie River embankment repairs this summer ensures protection of highway, trail
Crews will soon begin maintenance along a stretch of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail. Trail users should expect closure of the trail section to run from June 1 to Oct. 31.


King County denies waste disposal permit for Shell facility at Terminal 5
King County's Industrial Waste Program will reject an application to permit the Alaska Venture Shell Facility to dispose of its wastewater into the County’s regional sewer system.


King County hosts annual meetings June 9 on the use of large wood in river and habitat projects
Attend King County's public meeting to learn more about the Snoqualmie, Cedar and Green river projects currently in the design or planning stages.