This Monday is the last Council meeting of 2018.
As Dick’s Drive-in prepares to open its seventh location in Kent, the Council will recognize the continuing contributions of the restaurant’s owners, the Spady family—beyond Deluxes and great shakes—to our region.
The Council called for recommendations to keep transit moving in the vital corridor from the Seattle waterfront to the Belltown neighborhood. Members will accept a report from Metro Transit on their plans to ensure service during demolition of the viaduct and the construction of the new Alaskan Way.
Members will also confirm the appointment of two directors of county departments:
- Leonardo Flor as director of the County Department of Community and Human Services,
- And John Taylor as director of the County Department of Local Services.
Councilmembers will also consider and possibly act on the issues they will present to the Washington state Legislature as part of the County’s Legislative agenda for the 2019 Session of the State Legislature
The meeting begins at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, December 10.
The Week in Review
The future of wine tasting rooms in unincorporated King County was the focus of a council committee:
Councilmember Kohl-Welles responds to the state Supreme Court ruling on Safe Injections sites in King County:
The County Council begins its Winter Recess December 17.
“This Week” will return December 28.
To read complete agendas and the full text of legislation, please visit the King County Council’s calendar at