Director discusses economic growth with county leaders at ‘Good Eggs’ breakfast

Working together to build a strong economic region, South King County leaders met with Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council Executive Director Dr. Steve Lerch to discuss Washington state’s Economic and Revenue outlook at the monthly “Good Eggs” breakfast meeting sponsored by Councilman Pete von Reichbauer.

  • Thursday, January 14, 2016 7:15pm
  • Business

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Working together to build a strong economic region, South King County leaders met with Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council Executive Director Dr. Steve Lerch to discuss Washington state’s Economic and Revenue outlook at the monthly “Good Eggs” breakfast meeting sponsored by Councilman Pete von Reichbauer.

Dr. Lerch presented an optimistic forecast for King County and the state of Washington through 2017.

 

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