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Windermere Living - Summer 2017

The Summer 2017 issue of Windermere Living showcasing residences and destinations from across the West is now available! Windermere Living is the exclusive listings magazine published by Windermere Real Estate. 10 more words

Windermere

Shopping smart at the farmers markets with the WSFMA

Crossposted from Healthy Incentives

WSFMA Executive Director Will O’Donnell

It is fitting that the Washington State Farmers Market Association (WSFMA) office is located above one of our state’s (and country’s) oldest continuously operating public farmers markets, Pike Place Market. 786 more words

King County

Morning Crank: If the Election Were Held Today

If you’re still wondering what to make of two polls that showed mayoral candidates Jenny Durkan, Bob Hasegawa, and Mike McGinn leading unless incumbent Mayor Ed Murray steps in as a write-in candidate, it’s helpful to remember two salient facts: 1) Polls that show nearly half of voters still undecided don’t reveal much (and are largely referenda on name recognition) and 2) robo-polls—polls that use computerized systems instead of human callers—tend to be less reliable than live surveys. 1,085 more words

Mayor Murray

‘Valley abounds in historical sites’ – researcher

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, June 21, 1978

Maple Valley’s first store sits proudly in a pasture at the dead end of S.E. 396 more words

Towns

King County sues Sammamish again over Lake Trail

King County filed a new lawsuit June 14 against Sammamish over the long-running legal battle over development of the East Lake Sammamish Trail.

This time, it’s over Sammamish’s threat to block construction at two trail/road intersections in the Southern portion of the trail that is now under construction. 459 more words

City Council

50 state flags on display

Flag Day was celebrated this week, and there is one location near a King County Parks facility where you can see flags flown from every state in the country. 127 more words

King County

Farmers, residents, fish and wildlife win in historic Snoqualmie Fish, Farm and Flood accord

On June 12, at the historic Carnation Farms – with it’s expansive views of the lush Snoqualmie Valley for a backdrop – King County Executive Dow Constantine met with the… 358 more words

King County