Auburn hosts Regional Affordable Housing Task Force community meeting

Public feedback sought at Sept. 11 gathering

  • Thursday, August 30, 2018 12:55pm
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The Regional Affordable Housing Task Force for South King County meets on Tuesday, Sept. 11, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Auburn Community & Event Center, 910 Ninth St. SE.

The task force seeks community input on its draft recommendations to increase the supply of affordable housing in King County.

The public is welcome.

Please register online.

For questions, please contact Housingtaskforce@kingcounty.gov. To learn more, visit kingcounty.gov/initiatives/affordablehousing.

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