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Legislature will begin meeting Jan. 12.
County Executive Dow Constantine: ‘We must clean up another mess that Tim Eyman has created for our state, our region, and our economy’
Preliminary results are in for the King County Council races.
The no camp on affirmative action is winning by just over one point.
The initiative promises $30 car tabs, but opponents say it will destroy state transit infrastructure.
The budget will fund a variety of programs across the county.
The county is projected to run out of capital funding for roads and bridges by 2025.
A new report looks at the effects on parents here and across the state.
A report due to the council in January could show opportunities for expansion.
There are around 200 farmers in the valley, and most of them likely suffered losses.
The report fleshes out the two main options for trash disposal over the next 50 years.
Wealthy investors jack up housing prices in Seattle and beyond.
The report will look at ways to keep adequate power flowing to the plant after a July spill.
It’s part of a program to preserve the unique freshwater salmon species.
The council is considering ordinances designed to help renters.
While Washington had a mild season, wildfires burned near the Arctic.
Concerns include more traffic, higher land prices, code enforcement and compliance.
Senator and Representative met Oct. 3 at Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank.
The goals were ambitious but progress has been slow.
In 2018, around one-third of material sent to regional landfill could have been composted.