King County Council sets public hearings on Executive’s budget proposal
King County Executive Kurt Triplett – who will be succeeded immediately after the November election results are certified, by the winner of the Dow Constantine-Susan Hutchison race – has released his proposed budget. It still calls for mothballing county parks in unincorporated urban areas, which means the section of White Center not affected by the annexation vote, since Burien has said it will keep the annexation-area parks open. Here’s the full announcement from Triplett’s office; here’s the county council’s hearing plan:
Council to host four public hearings on 2010 King County Budget
in Bellevue, Kent, Renton and Seattle
Public input vital to budget process
The Metropolitan King County Council will host four public hearings to take comment on the 2010 Executive Proposed Budget.
Led by Councilmember Larry Gossett, chair of the 2010 Budget and Fiscal Management Committee, the four public hearings will be held:
· Wednesday, October 7 – Bellevue City Council Chambers, 450 110th Ave. NE, Bellevue
· Tuesday, October 13 – Maleng Regional Justice Center, Courtroom 3F, 401 4th Avenue North, Kent
· Thursday, October 22 – Redmond City Council Chambers, 15670 NE 85th Street, Redmond
· Thursday, October 29 – King County Council Chambers, 516 Third Avenue, Room 1200, Seattle
All meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. Day-after coverage of the public hearings will be available both online and on King County TV, seen on Comcast and Broadstripe Cable Channel 22. You can also sign up to follow the deliberations through the Council’s 2010 Budget Blog and Twitter.
Follow the Council’s deliberations through Twitter and our 2010 Budget Blog by visiting the King County Council Budget Web site at:
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