Oct
13
2:00 PM14:00

Monthly Protest 2PM - 4PM

  • 18825 Renton-Maple Valley Road Renton, WA, 98058 United States (map)
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Come Join us to Protest the proposed asphalt plant on the Maple Valley Hwy. We need to let King County Rural Planning Council know that "We don't want an asphalt plant here!" See You There! Thank You! this Saturday!! :)

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Jun
2
10:00 AM10:00

Garage Sale Fundraiser

June 2 at 10 AM - 4 PM

19038 SE 163rd Street, Renton, WA, 98058

All proceeds will go towards the Citizen’s Legal Fund. You can help by donating pre-priced items beginning at 8 am that day. If you have a table or two to lend for the day, let a Committee Member know and they can coordinate with you to make it happen.

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May
22
7:00 PM19:00

Cedar River Council Meeting

PLEASE NOTE NEW LOCATION: Riverbend Club House, 17410 Renton-Maple Valley Highway, Renton, WA 98058

The public is welcome to attend.

Agenda Topics:

• Cedar River Flood Control Project Update: King County Rivers and Floodplain Management Section, John Engel and Dan Heckendorf present information about current and planned Cedar River projects for King County Flood Control District.
• CRC 2018 Work Program Update and Membership discussion. CRC will review proposed 2018 work program and discuss current membership needs.
• CRC Asphalt Plant Letter Response
• CRC SPU Sockeye Hatchery Presentation Request Update.

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May
15
7:00 PM19:00

KING COUNTY ANNUAL TOWN HALL

KING COUNTY WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL TOWN HALL/OPEN HOUSE on May 15 at the Hobart Church from 7 – 9 PM. Read More for additional details.

The State Board of Health is commencing a review and amendment of the State Onsite Sewage Systems Rules. Your interest and participation is important.

King County is commencing work on the 2018 Comprehensive Plan Update — for details, go to: https://www.kingcounty.gov/council/CompPlan/2018compplan.aspx

SR 169 Asphalt Facility Moratorium is now in the hands of the King County Council as to the future course of action to take regarding this site and proposed project. IF YOU WISH TO DO SO, please contact the members of the King County Council and tell them your position on this matter, and why their decision matters to you, your family, and your neighbors.

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Asphalt Plant Protest
May
11
2:00 PM14:00

Asphalt Plant Protest

  • 18825 Renton-Maple Valley Road Renton, WA, 98058 United States (map)
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As time is running SHORT (moratorium expires Sunday, May 13), so it is time for another protest! Everyone is welcome! Come for as little or as long as you are able. Come after work or school! Let's get all the people who leave work early and everyone else...there will be thousands of vehicles and lots of eyeballs! Let's direct more traffic to the website to help in our legal effort.

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May
7
7:00 PM19:00

GMVUAC May Meeting

The Area Council will hold its next regular monthly meeting on Monday, May 7, from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM at the KCFD #43 Maple Valley Fire & Life Safety Station public conference room (22225 SE 231st Street, Maple Valley, WA 98038 — SE corner of intersection of SE 231st St & SR-169 (Renton-Maple Valley-Black Diamond Road SE)).

Guest speakers include (1) Larry Baumgart with the Maple Valley Farmer’s Market to present to, and discuss with, the inclusion of the GMVUAC as a stakeholder/member of the MVFM’s Board; and (2) Department of Ecology’s Madeline Wall and Amy White to discuss the Reserve Silica Site cleanup program, the status of the Agreed Order, explain the community outreach/public participation activities typically involved in MTCA cleanup sites, and solicit input on the best ways to communicate information to GMVUAC and other community members.

The GMVUAC will hear from citizens in attendance and conduct business regarding and relating to current and future issues of concern to area residents.  Keep watch on this space for any special guest speakers and/or new issues to be presented and discussed at this meeting.  All members of the public are invited to attend.  During the Public Comment period at the start of each meeting, members of the public can address the Area Council on any local issue.

 

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