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County officials to meet with residents in unincorporated areas near Renton

Residents of unincorporated King County can meet with county officials, learn about small grant opportunities for their community, and be informed about current county work in their community during a series of open houses, scheduled in April, May and June.

Sponsored by the King County Community Service Area (CSA) program, the open houses are an opportunity for residents of unincorporated areas to learn more about King County’s work in their specific community.

Open houses will take place from 7-9 p.m. The first 15 minutes will give opportunities for residents to meet with representatives of specific county departments and branches.  Staff will also be available to provide help with potential CSA small grant applications.

There are two meetings serving residents in unincorporated areas near Renton:

• Thursday, April 4: Fairwood and East Renton featuring Budget Director Dwight Dively, County Council member Reagan Dunn and Sheriff John Urquhart. Fairwood Elementary, 16600 148th Ave. S.E., Renton

• Wednesday, April 17: West Hill/North Highline CSA featuring Deputy County Executive Fred Jarrett and County Council members Larry Gossett and Joe McDermott. Location: Skyway VFW, 7421 S. 126th St., Skyway

At the open houses, residents can learn more about the County projects in their area, discuss community priorities, speak with program staff and obtain information about County programs and services.

For more information contact Alan Painter, CSA program manager, at 206-296-8734 or alan.painter@kingcounty.gov.

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