Unveiling the First Ever King County Sheriff's Memorial

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Councilman Dunn Banner

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Family members of the fallen deputies laid roses in front of the memorial as a tribute to those who were honored at today's ceremony.

Honoring our Fallen King County Sheriff Deputies

Unveiling over 160 years of history by recognizing our fallen deputies in the first-ever King County Sheriff Memorial

Last Chance to Participate in the 2016 Comprehensive Plan

Every four years, my colleagues and I on the King County Council work with local jurisdictions, communities, and residents to create the King County Comprehensive Plan which is the guiding policy document for land use and development in unincorporated King County. 

Monday, December 5th at 1:30 p.m. the Council plans to take final action on the proposed 2016 King County Comprehensive Plan (KCCP) and hear public comment. This is an opportunity to share your concerns or support. To read a draft version of the plan click here. If you'd like to submit comments online go to the KCCP website and do so by clicking on the "Submit online public testimony" button.

Monday's meeting will take place in Council Chambers on the 10th floor of the King County Courthouse. If you cannot attend these meetings in person, but wish to follow the proceedings, you can watch on KCTV cable channel 22 or online.

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