On the ballot: parks, city councils, school board

Friday, July 19, 2019

There are two parks levies to vote upon this year.

One county measure on this primary ballot and one Shoreline measure in the November election.

The King County Parks measure is basically a replacement levy, good for six years. It covers the whole county, but there is some money in it for Shoreline. Note that no one could be found to write a statement against it.

In the November election, Shoreline voters will be asked to fund a new recreation / swim center with some funding for parks. Shoreline is currently recruiting people to write pro and con statements for the voters' pamphlet. (see previous article)

For those who are looking for the candidate information we have published, here are the links:

Candidate statements: Shoreline School Board

Candidate statements: Shoreline City Council

Candidate statements: Lake Forest Park City Council

The top two candidates in each race will go to the general election.

Information about candidates can always be found by going to the webpage, and clicking "candidates" under Features in the first column. Don't go back too far - it has every candidate on whom we have ever published information.



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