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Parks levy with $166M for trails passes by wide margin, Council races take shape – UPDATED

With more than two thirds of King County voters supporting it as of the initial ballot drop, the King County Parks levy is passing by a very wide margin. This levy includes millions for major regional trail connections, including funds … Continue reading

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Proposed $738M King County Parks levy would fund Eastside, Lake Sammamish and Lake to Sound Trails

About 80 percent of the King County Parks budget comes from a levy that goes to voters every six years, and King County Executive Dow Constantine is proposing an even bigger levy to send to voters this autumn for 2020–25. … Continue reading

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Parks Levy and O’Brien way ahead, McGinn looks strong in early returns

King County voters overwhelmingly passed the county parks levy, which among many other parks projects could help accelerate development and planning of high profile regional trails like the Eastside Rail Corridor trail, missing trail connections near Snoqualmie, work on the … Continue reading

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Endorsement: Vote Yes on King County Parks Levy (duh)

I probably don’t have to tell you to vote for the King County Parks levy, but just in case you were considering allowing your ballot to sit in a pile of mail until after the August 6 primary, just look … Continue reading

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