Northwest NEWS

March 19, 2001


King County holds meeting on Fall City trails

Residents interested in helping King County determine the best way to connect Fall City with regional trails in the area are invited to a public meeting held by King County from 7 to 9 p.m. on Monday, March 26, at the Valley Christian Assembly in Fall City.
   King County is now conducting a feasibility study to determine the most appropriate trail connections between Fall City and the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail and the Snoqualmie Valley Trail as called for in the Fall City Subarea Plan adopted by the King County Council in 1999.
   King County has reviewed six alternative trail routes, narrowed the list to the two most feasible alternatives and will present information about these two routes at the meeting in hopes of receiving public input.
   Written comments can be submitted through April 3. Comments can be mailed to Project Manager Kelly Donahue at 500 Fourth Avenue, Room 320, Seattle, WA 98104. Comments can also be faxed to Donahue at (206) 296-0186 or emailed to
   The Valley Christian Assembly is located at 32725 SE 42nd St. in Fall City.
   For more information, call Donahue at (206) 296-4152 or Tom Eksten at (206) 296-7808.