From left, Rep. Pat Sullivan, Sen. Joe Fain and Rep. Mark Hargrove discuss issues during last year’s town hall meeting in Kent. COURTESY PHOTO

From left, Rep. Pat Sullivan, Sen. Joe Fain and Rep. Mark Hargrove discuss issues during last year’s town hall meeting in Kent. COURTESY PHOTO

South King County lawmakers to hold town hall meeting

Public invited to gathering on Saturday, Feb. 17 in Kent

  • Monday, February 12, 2018 3:18pm
  • News

State lawmakers representing Washington’s 47th Legislative District will hold a town hall meeting Saturday, Feb. 17, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at the Golden Steer Steak N’ Rib House, 23826 104th Ave. SE, Kent.

Sen. Joe Fain, R-Auburn, and Rep. Pat Sullivan, D-Covington, and Mark Hargrove, R-Covington, will share an update on the legislative session underway and answer questions from constituents.

Residents who are not able to attend or would prefer to submit a question in writing can submit them in advance by emailing, or

Lawmakers can also be reached toll-free at 866-786-0598 in the Senate or 800-562-6000 in the House of Representatives.

The 47th District includes Covington and parts of Auburn, Kent, Federal Way and Renton.

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