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The Tukwila City Council has extended its application period for the appointment of five representatives to serve on the Public Safety Bond Financial Oversight Committee. If you are interested in applying, please fill out the application for appointment and return to the City by 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 28, 2017.…Continue
Tukwila City Council is currently seeking five representatives to serve on the Public Safety Bond Financial Oversight Committee.
What is the Public Safety Bond Financial Oversight Committee?
Voters in the City of Tukwila approved Proposition 1, providing for the issuance of general obligation bonds not to exceed $77,385,000 to pay for:
•Replacement of three seismically-deficient fire stations (Stations 51, 52 and 54)
•Guaranteed funding for fire equipment and…
What does destiny look like? Do we see it coming, or recognize when it arrives?
It was the evening of May 18th, the anniversary of Mt. St. Helens eruption, I had arrived to a meeting of local residents and peers. The discussion was Tactical Urbanism. In particular; “How can we use such a tool to make an impact in our Tukwila community?” I looked around the room and recognized several people in attendance, and discovered new faces who I only knew by name. It was a very impressive…Continue
How cool is this? Take a look at this news report from King 5 TV and NW Cable News about Waste Management’s public safety partnership with Tukwila PD. The Tukwila PD helped train 150 Waste Management drivers yesterday morning as part of their Waste Watch program.
Waste Watch is another way Waste Management is stepping up as a community partner for the City of Tukwila. The training teaches drivers to be extra “eyes and ears” for police. The news stories explain…Continue