King County Fire District 27 seeks committee members

The district is planning to merge with district 10 and needs pamphlet statement committee members.

  • Wednesday, November 21, 2018 8:14am
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King County Fire District 27 will attempt to merge with King County Fire District 10 via a February ballot proposition.

Currently, Fire District 27 is seeking people to serve on voter pamphlet statement committees. The district is looking for both pro and con committee members. The statements will appear in voter pamphlets.

The special election will be held Feb. 12, 2019.

Applicants must be a registered voter and live within Fire District 27.

To apply, email a letter of interest to or send it to: Board of Commissioners at King County Fire District 27, P.O. Box 609, Fall City, WA 98024.

For more information call 425-222-5841.

The Fire District 27 release:

“King County Fire District No. 27 is submitting to the voters on February 12, 2019 a proposition authorizing the merger of KC Fire District 27 into KC Fire District 10. The Fire District is looking for individuals who would be interested in participating in voter pamphlet statement pro and con committees. These statements will appear in the voters’ pamphlet along with the description of the proposition. Individuals wanting to participate need to be a registered voter and live in KC Fire District 27. Submit your letter of interest to the district office by 5:00 p.m. November 30th, addressed to the Board of Commissioners at King County Fire District 27, PO Box 609, Fall City, WA 98024, or email to king27@king For more information call (425) 222-5841.”

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