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New regional payment plan allows for easier, less expensive way to pay traffic fines Beginning October 1, 2017, individuals with traffic-related fines in multiple jurisdictions in King County will have an easier and less expensive way to pay court-mandated fines from multiple courts through the new Unified Payment (UP) Program.  This new program also lifts the hold on a person’s driver’s license before the fines are completely paid off.
View the 2017 Tukwila Video Voters’ Guide for the November 7th General Election Watch 2 minute statements from the Tukwila candidates running for City Council positions 1, 3, 5 & 7 and Tukwila School District 406, Director District 4.
Puget Sound Clean Air Agency has issued its first-ever summertime air quality burn ban Puget Sound Clean Air Agency has declared that the air quality is unhealthy for sensitive groups. Children, elderly, and those with heart and breathing problems to be cautious.  Wildfire smoke has been moving in from British Columbia and is expected to remain in the region and negatively affect air quality through at least Friday, August 4th.
Construction on three bridge projects will require closures and other disruptions Construction on all three projects will begin on Monday, July 24, and all are anticipated to be completed in January of 2018. Construction will generally occur between 7:00am and 6:00pm, except when listed below. Some of these efforts will require closures and other disruptions. Drivers will be notified in advance of any closures via mobile electronic signs posted near the bridges in both directions.
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