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King County Executive
Dow Constantine


November

16
NOV

Executive Constantine directs Public Health to oversee King County juvenile detention reorganization
In an Executive Order signed today, King County Executive Dow Constantine directed Public Health – Seattle & King County and other county departments to provide a plan and timeline to restructure juvenile detention.

15
NOV

Youth ridership surged on buses, light rail and streetcars last summer during ORCA pilot project, doubling expectations
Youth ridership on buses, trains, and streetcars dramatically increased this past summer when King County Metro and Sound Transit offered a reduced-fare ORCA card. Metro distributed twice as many ORCA Youth cards than it initially expected.

13
NOV

Executive Constantine: Metro passengers want simpler fares, and we're making it happen
King County Executive Dow Constantine today issued the following statement after the King County Council approved his proposal to simplify Metro Transit fares, eliminating zones and peak hours.

8
NOV

Building on the foundation of strong regional government, Executive Constantine outlines third-term agenda
Elected overwhelmingly to a third term, King County Executive Dow Constantine laid out his policy priorities for the next four years, including homelessness, behavioral health, transit and the environment.

3
NOV

Seeking a world-class team to help transform Northgate property into a vibrant neighborhood connected to mass transit
Executive Constantine is searching for a talented team to help King County transform Metro Transit’s property in Northgate into an inclusive, sustainable neighborhood connected to high-capacity mass transit.

2
NOV

Executive Order: Youth charged as adults to be housed at the Youth Services Center
King County Executive Dow Constantine signed an Executive Order to move youth charged as adults from the Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent to the Youth Services Center, a facility in Seattle better able to offer age-appropriate programs and services.

1
NOV

Executive Constantine opens new health care Enrollment Center, urges uninsured to get coverage
King County Executive Dow Constantine opened the Federal Way Enrollment Center, one of two full service offices across the state to help people find the right health insurance plan. Despite federal efforts to kill health reform, King County remains one of the nation’s top Affordable Care Act success stories.

King County Executive
Dow Constantine
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