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King County Community Service Area program hosts spring town hall meetings

Residents of unincorporated King County can meet with county officials, learn about small grant opportunities for their community, and be informed about current county work in their community during a series of town hall-style open houses, scheduled in April and May.

Sponsored by the King County Community Service Area program, the town hall open houses are an excellent opportunity for residents of unincorporated areas to learn more about King County’s work in their specific community and speak out about their own priorities.

Open houses will take place from 7-9 p.m., with time for residents to meet one-on-one with representatives of specific County departments and branches. Nearby meetings are schedule for:

Monday, April 14 Four Creeks/Tiger Mountain featuring Councilman Reagan Dunn, Sheriff John Urquhart and Deputy Executive Fred Jarrett

Location: Evergreen Community Church, 20112 SE 152nd St., Renton

Monday, April 21 Greater Maple Valley/Cedar River featuring Dunn, Urquhart, Assessor Lloyd Hara, and Jarrett

Location: Maple Valley Sheriff’s Station, 22300 SE 231st, Maple Valley

Wednesday, May 14 Fairwood featuring Dunn, Urquhart, Hara, Prosecuting Attorney Dan Satterburg and Chief of Operations Rhonda Berry

Location: Ridgewood Elementary, 18030 162nd Pl. SE, Renton

Tuesday, May 20 Southeast King County featuring councilmembers Peter von Reichbauer and Dunn, Urquhart, and Jarrett

Location: Neuwaukum Grange Hall, 38402 180th Ave. SE, Auburn

For more information please contact Alan Painter, CSA program manager, at 206-477-4521 or alan.painter@kingcounty.gov.

 

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