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Monday, March 15, 2010

King Conservation District Election- Tuesday

Remember to Vote Tuesday at the Shoreline Branch of King County Library!

King Conservation District provides valuable services to King County residents and communties.
They administer Salmon Recovery Funding and provide expertise on projects. They also hold a "Bare Root Plant Sale" each spring and assist farmers and land owners in conservation projects.

Pictured above is our wetland pond at Paramount Park Natural Area. The wetland ponds project was done with oversight from KCD back in 1998.

2010 Board of Supervisors Election Information

The 2010 King CD Board of Supervisors Election will be held on March 16, 2010. You can view the press release noticing the election here.

Additional information regarding the King Conservation District Election can be obtained by contactingJason Chambers at (425) 282-1920.
Meet the Candidates
Please visit our candidates page to learn more about each of the five candidates running for the Board of Supervisors.
Election Day Information
King Conservation District, working with election administrator Election Trust, will provide 7 polling locations for the election on March 16th (please see list below or visit
All registered voters who reside within the District boundaries are eligible to vote in the election. District boundaries include all of King County, except the cities of Federal Way, Enumclaw, Skykomish, Milton and Pacific. Voters must present proper identification, such as a driver’s license, passport or birth certificate.

King County Library/Shoreline Branch
345 NE 175th, Shoreline WA 98155
Poll hours 10:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Meet the Candidates

Mary Embleton, Seattle
Mary Embleton has worked for 30 years in the fields of natural resource economics and the environment.  Born in Seattle and raised in Montana, Mary brings an understanding of both urban...
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Mara Heiman, Auburn
Compared with the other candidates, I have the most extensive background in water resource issues. These will be crucial as the Puget Sound region struggles with both flooding threats and...
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Teri Herrera, Redmond
My 18 years of experience as a Realtor® has given me a broad base of knowledge in all aspects of land use and land use issues. Sensitive areas, setbacks, wetlands and other land use restrictions...
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Kirk Prindle, Seattle
I am running for King Conservation District Board of Supervisors because I believe the District would be better served by having more technical expertise and pertinent experience-based knowledge...
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Max Prinsen, Renton
I am running for the board position of King Conservation District, because I am a conservationist that leads by example represents the Mission and Vision of the Conservation District...
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