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King County’s annual noxious weed seminar is open for registration

Registration is open for King County’s popular noxious weed workshops being offered this May. Vegetation management crews, landscape professionals, stewardship volunteers and others can choose between three sessions of this all-day seminar on noxious weed control offered on May 3, May 10 and May 24.  242 more words

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Update: Periodic closures expected on NE 124th Street for emergency repairs

On February 16, 2017 a slide occurred along NE 124th Street near Highway 203. The roadway is located south of Duvall and is a sole access road for approximately 100 residences. 294 more words


2016 Windermere Foundation Recipients

Every year, the Eastside Windermere Foundation, with representatives from each of the 12 Windermere Real Estate offices on the Eastside, comes together to select the grant recipients of the Eastside Windermere Foundation. 486 more words


King County seeks to allocate $750,000 to help immigrants

King County Executive Dow Constantine: “We have this much taxpayer money for illegals!”

Only in America: Illegally enter our country and the proggies will use taxpayer dollars to defend your “human rights.” Ain’t it grand? 361 more words


All Are Welcome Here: How a statement of King County commitment became a sign for every work site

Reposted from KC Employee News

Even before the Trump administration announced its travel ban, Public Health staff started to notice a downturn in the number of immigrant patients coming for care at our clinics. 407 more words


When the snow clears potholes may appear

Now that the snow and ice has melted in parts of unincorporated King County, damage to the road is being revealed. Snow and ice, with the associated freezing and thawing leads directly to increases in roadway surface defects including potholes, pavement cracking and frost boils. 297 more words


Local Market Update - February 2017

The local real estate market remains very hot with extremely low inventory and prices that are rising faster than anywhere else in the country. However, that rate of price growth appears to be cooling from last year, dropping to its slowest pace in three years. 326 more words