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Pet Connection Magazine - Kathy Lambert

"With her sincere smile and passion for helping people, it’s easy to see why bi-partisan King County Councilwoman Kathy Lambert is so popular."


Live Healthy Prescription Drug Card Program

Washington State Association of Counties -- Seattle – King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert, King County Director of Public Health Patty Hayes and Eric Johnson, Executive Director, Washington State Association of Counties held a press conference rolling out King County ‘s participation in NACo Live Healthy Prescription Drug Card Program at Bartell Drugs in Seattle. 


Expanded eye tests for state's students soon to go into effect

Kiro 7 News -- The signs can be easy to miss, even for dedicated educators. "Like if they were holding their head sideways when they were reading," said former state legislator and King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert. "If they would kind of slump down when they were reading." 


Bridges and Roads Task Force Presents Recommendations to Executive Constantine and Councilmember Lambert

King County Department of Transportation -- The Bridges and Roads Task Force held its final meeting on January 20, wrapping up six months of research and brainstorming on solutions for maintaining and preserving unincorporated King County’s aging bridge and road system. 


King County Council recognizes Diaper Need Awareness Week, WestSide Baby

White Center Blog -- The King County Council on Monday (Sept. 28) recognized ‘Diaper Need Awareness Week,’ recognizing local non-profit WestSide Baby.


King County Rural Roads: How They Got So Bad

KUOW -- In East King County, a critical piece of infrastructure is falling apart: the county road system. That's 1,500 miles of mostly two-lane roads.


The Future of Seattle Trash: Burn, Baby, Burn

SeattleWeekly.com -- In 2011, Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring and Tulalip Tribes Chair Mel Sheldon wrote a letter to Seattle’s mayor and city council members pleading with them to do something about the terrible smell local residents believed was emanating from Cedar Grove’s nearby composting plant—a facility that takes in a share of Seattle’s food and yard waste.