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Kirkland Reporter – June 11, 2015
King County wants to know residents’ attitudes about local rivers
Bothell/Kenmore Reporter – June 10, 2015
King County surveying citizens concerning river uses and flood preparedness
Issaquah Reporter – June 10, 2015
Cougar/Squak Corridor Park south expansion opens to the public
Redmond Reporter – June 8, 2015
Local food, sustainability to take center stage at King County’s CHOMP! Sept. 12-13
Maple Valley Reporter – June 8, 2015
Habitat projects and large wood in rivers | King County
Enumclaw Courier-Herald – June 1, 2015
Cedar River recreation workshop set for June 15 | King County
Bothell/Kenmore Reporter – May 17, 2015
Sunny, warm weather on its way, and cold rivers, lakes and Sound require caution
Kirkland Reporter – May 9, 2015
King County names Kirkland teacher as Earth Heroes at School
King 5 – Apr. 28, 2015
King County taking insurers to court again over Brightwater
King 5 – Apr. 28, 2015
Redmond golf course a leader in reclaimed water usage
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Fish and wildlife will benefit from habitat improvements along Cedar River
Habitat improvements, including creating side channel, native vegetation planting, and other work, will make a stretch of the publicly owned land along the Cedar River east of Renton a better place for fish and wildlife.
Access limited during restoration work at King County’s Chinook Bend Natural Area
While visitors will still be welcomed to King County's Chinook Bend Natural Area, a habitat improvement project in a portion of the 59-acre natural area will require some access restrictions.
Reminder: Periodic closures on Green River Trail as essential levee repairs continue
The ongoing work to perform vital maintenance to the levee system along the Green River will require temporary closures of the Green River Trail.
Executive delivers bold new plan to confront climate change after hottest June on record
King County Executive Dow Constantine’s five-year action plan on climate change, an ambitious, results-oriented road map, heads to the County Council.
Household hazardous waste collection comes to Snoqualmie, July 10-12, with the Wastemobile
The Wastemobile household hazardous waste collection service - operated through the Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County - makes its one and only visit of the year to Snoqualmie, July 10-12.