Election 2014: North Highline Fire District ‘benefit charge’ passing

It needs 60 percent approval – and so far, after the first ballot count in tonight’s election, the North Highline Fire District benefit charge has almost 70 percent approval. Here’s the full list of election results from around King County; next ballot count will be out tomorrow afternoon.

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One Response to “Election 2014: North Highline Fire District ‘benefit charge’ passing”

  1. glad to see it’s passing. One prior blogger had commented why King County Housing Authority does not help defray–although they are HUD supported, and we tax payers support HUD, KCHA needs to step up to the plate and help us out instead of looking out for the beaurocrats to sustain the program.