King County Executive
Marriage licensing: what couples need to know for Dec. 6, 7, and 8
King County preparing to issue hundreds of marriage licenses when new law goes into effect
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Executive Constantine extends condolences to the City of Enumclaw
King County Executive Dow Constantine extends condolences to the City of Enumclaw following the passing of Enumclaw City Councilmember Kevin Mahelona.
Executive Constantine establishes process to fill vacancy on King County Council
Candidates interested in filling the vacancy left by King County Councilmember Bob Ferguson’s election to statewide office should apply by Dec. 3 at 5:00 p.m., for vetting by a citizen advisory committee, under a process established today by King County Executive Dow Constantine.
Executive Constantine to sign first marriage licenses for same-sex couples at 12:01 a.m. on Dec. 6
King County to be the first in nation to enact marriage equality based on voter approval
County refinancing of Harborview building will save millions of dollars for UW Medicine
Lease payments for tenant at Patricia Bracelin Steel Building will be reduced by replacing old bonds
Executive Constantine congratulates Council on adoption of 2013-2014 King County budget
King County Executive Dow Constantine today congratulated the Metropolitan King County Council for the spirit of collaboration that led to its unanimous adoption of the 2013-2014 King County Budget.
Executive Constantine congratulates Jay Inslee on his election as Washington State Governor
My congratulations to Jay Inslee on his victory tonight in the Governor's race.
Executive Constantine and employee unions reach agreement on sustainable reform of employee healthcare
Agreement for 2014-2016 locks in cost trends at below-market rate for two-thirds of County employees, preventing budget swings in an unpredictable marketplace
Executive Constantine on defeat of proposed annexations in North Highline and West Hill
We acknowledge the decision of the residents of the North Highline and West Hill communities to remain in unincorporated King County for the immediate future. King County will continue to do its best to provide services to these areas within the resources available. The mandate of the state Growth Management Act remains unchanged--that urban areas should be in cities, which are in a better position to provide urban-level services.
Executive Constantine thanks voters for renewing Automated Fingerprint Identification System levy
King County Executive Dow Constantine today thanked voters for renewal of the Automated Fingerprint Identification System levy, or AFIS.
Executive Constantine congratulates Bob Ferguson on his election as state Attorney General
King County Executive Dow Constantine today congratulated Bob Ferguson on his election as state Attorney General, and outlined the process for filling the vacancy his election will create on the Metropolitan King County Council.
Executive Constantine thanks Washington voters for being among the first in the nation to approve marriage equality
King County Executive Dow Constantine today thanked Washington voters for approving Referendum 74: