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Expansive Climate Change Legislation Proposed for County

Three members of the King County Council introduced proposals to expand King County's efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help other cities do the same.

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The 2020 Census is Coming!

Your participation matters! Census data is used to allocate federal and non-profit funding to counties and other local governments, as well as how many representatives a state has in Congress.

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Did you receive two ballots? Not to worry

A second ballot can be triggered by an update in one’s voter registration record – through King County Elections or the Department of Licensing. Not to worry, only the first one returned will be counted.

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Council News:


Councilmember Balducci Issues Statement on Apparent Passage of I-976
King County Councilmember Claudia Balducci is releasing the following statement concerning the apparent passage of statewide ballot measure I-976.


King County Flood Control Board Approves $300,000 For Butte Avenue Flood Mitigation Project
The King County Flood Control Board on Wednesday passed a budget that includes $300,000 for the Butte Avenue Flood Mitigation Project.


King County Voters Approve Lifesaving Medic One Levy
Levy provides critical funding for countywide emergency medical services.


Statement from Council Chair Dembowski, Transit Union President, Kenmore Mayor on Passage of Tim Eyman’s I-976
King County Council Chair Rod Dembowski, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 587 President Ken Price, and Kenmore Mayor and Sound Transit Boardmember David Baker issued the following statements on Tim Eyman’s I-976, which though passing statewide in early results, was rejected by King County voters.


King County Flood Control Executive Committee Directs $300,000 For Butte Avenue Flood Mitigation Project
The King County Flood Control District's Executive Committee passed a budget proposal that includes $300,000 for funding a flood mitigation project to protect homes and businesses in the cities of Pacific and Algona.

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