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City Manager’s Weekly Report for week ending January 11, 2019

City Manager’s Weekly Report for week ending January 11, 2019

City Manager’s Weekly Report for week ending Jan. 11, 2019 Belleme Townhomes. Four buildings, 19 townhomes, two commercial buildings, six total commercial tenant spaces, six total living units above... [Read more]

City Manager’s Weekly Report for week ending Jan. 5, 2019

City Manager’s Weekly Report for week ending Jan. 5, 2019

City Manager’s Weekly Report for week ending Jan. 5, 2019 Academy graduates and full officer staffing. The Police Department is pleased to announce that Officer Cody Stolz graduated from the Washington... [Read more]

City Manager’s Weekly Report for week ending Dec. 29, 2018

City Manager’s Weekly Report for week ending Dec. 29, 2018

City Manager’s Weekly Report for week ending Dec. 29, 2018 The 911 system broadly malfunctioned yesterday and is regaining capability today. Sign up for King County emergency alerts here: https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/emergency-management/alert-king-county.aspx. Upcoming... [Read more]

Seattle Southside Chamber’s Government Affairs Reception is Wed., Sept. 26

Seattle Southside Chamber’s Government Affairs Reception is Wed., Sept. 26

The Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce – the driving force of business for Southwest King County – will be bringing back their Government Affairs Reception on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018. The event... [Read more]

YMCA Youth & Government Program Community Night Is At City Hall Tonight

YMCA Youth & Government Program Community Night Is At City Hall Tonight

The YMCA Youth and Government Program Community Night is TONIGHT – Friday, April 8th at 7pm at the Normandy Park City Hall. “Youth and Government is a fun, educational, hands-on civics program... [Read more]

King Co. Community Forum Meetings Scheduled

King Co. Community Forum Meetings Scheduled

In King County, Countywide Community Forums are a network of small group meetings where people throughout the county can discuss current issues and provide feedback to King County officials. Two to four... [Read more]