Bob Ferguson holds Town Hall meeting in Shoreline

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Bob Ferguson answers questions at town hall meeting in Shoreline.
Photo courtesy King County Council

North King County residents went to the Shoreline Conference Center Tuesday, February 21 to ask questions and talk with Metropolitan King County Councilmember Bob Ferguson at a town hall meeting at the Shoreline Center. The meeting provided a forum for residents to meet with their representative and discuss the issues that matter to them.

“Town hall meetings are a great opportunity to hear directly from the people I represent,” said Ferguson. “We had a good turnout and an engaged crowd with a lot of questions on important issues.”

Ferguson and representatives from County agencies answered questions from audience members about a wide range of issues, including parks, the Burke Gilman Trail, Metro bus service, transportation planning, Brightwater, and public safety.

Councilmember Ferguson represents north King County on the King County Council, including the communities of Shoreline, Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Bothell, and Woodinville. He can be contacted by email or phone 206-296-1001.

Follow the Council’s deliberations through Twitter by signing up through the King County Council website. Watch all Council proceedings held in chambers LIVE on King County TV on Comcast and Broadstripe Cable on channel 22, or online.


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