Lake Forest Park GOV WATCH

News and announcements from LFP GOV WATCH in Lake Forest Park, Washington

 

What’s Our City Council Doing?

LFP GOV Watch “Council Watch”


LFP GOV Watch’s “Council Watch” monitors the City Council’s actions on a regular basis and reports back to citizens about monthly City Council meetings, Work Sessions, Council Committee of the Whole meetings, and Budget and Finance Committee meetings.


This is accomplished by volunteers from our community who sign up to attend City Council meetings on a monthly basis as their schedule allows, and take notes on issues of interest. Observations are edited, facts are checked, and a “Council Highlights” report is emailed out to residents on our mailing list. When an issue arises that may require citizen action, LFP GOV Watch sends out a News Alert.


Click here to sign up for Council Highlights and News Alerts >


Past Council Highlights and Alerts


August 2014

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July 2014

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June 2014

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May 2014

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April 2014

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March 2014

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February 2014

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January 2014

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December 2013

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November 2013

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October 2013

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September 2013

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August 2013

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July 2013

Council Meeting Highlights - July 25, 2013

Work Session Highlights - July 22, 2013

Council Meeting Highlights - July 11, 2013


June 2013

Council Meeting Highlights - June 24, 2013

Council Meeting Highlights - June 13, 2013


May 2013

Work Session Highlights - May 20, 2013


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Our Mission:

As a nonpartisan citizen’s organization, we work to keep Lake Forest Park livable, affordable, and sustainable by advocating a responsible and efficient City government. We provide factual information to residents so they can make informed decisions on critical issues.

“Retired people on fixed incomes can’t afford unwarranted tax increases. We have to live within our means and so should our City.”

– Diane Best