Today/tonight: More vote-counting; heat; The Kenney; Camp Long

checkbox.jpgWHAT’S NEXT FOR ELECTION RESULTS: Our previous five reports focused on last night’s first round of election results, and candidate reaction. But many more votes remain to be counted. Next step: 4:30 pm today, King County goes public with its next count. This will be a daily affair for a while (here’s the official schedule), with final certification expected two weeks from today.

HEAT: Could hit 90 today, and that would be a record for this date.

THE KENNEY: One air-conditioned place to be at mid-afternoon: The Landmarks Preservation Board‘s meeting, 3:30 pm, Municipal Tower downtown. They’ll decide whether to designate The Kenney‘s Seaview Building as an official city landmark. (Here’s our preview.)

CAMP LONG PUBLIC MEETING: From last year’s Parks Levy, a million bucks is earmarked for renovations at Camp Long Lodge. You can find out about the plan at a public meeting tonight, 5:30.

3 Replies to "Today/tonight: More vote-counting; heat; The Kenney; Camp Long"

  • 22blades August 19, 2009 (7:36 am)

    This article was poorly written. It is very hard to follow.

  • WSB August 19, 2009 (9:12 am)

    Thanks. How so? We do previews like this almost every morning – three or four quick lines previewing what’s happening later in the day. But let us know how it could be more helpful – TR

  • Literate Nulu August 19, 2009 (11:16 am)

    This article is well written as other daily posts from WSB.
    It is not hard to follow.
    Whats to follow?
    WSB can rarely be faulted for poor writing.

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