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LIHI celebrates 20 years with 9th annual gala and auction

LIHI celebrates 20 years with 9th annual gala and auction

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LIHI Board member Pearl Leung with King County Council Chair Larry Gossett (center) and Phil Fujii of Vulcan (Photos by Dave Greer)

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LIHI Executive Director Sharon Lee with Congressman Jim McDermott at LIHI’s annual gala

The Low Income Housing Institute celebrated 20 years of providing housing and services to the community with its 9th annual gala and auction at the Hyatt at Olive 8 in Seattle on Oct. 28.

During the past two years, LIHI staff have developed more than 3,600 units stretching across six counties. Their portfolio includes 1,845 units housing over 3,871 people, and 1,332 units house previously homeless households. (end)

Posted in Names in the News, Vol 30 No 48 | 11/26-12/2Comments (0)

Asian Americans prominent on Constantine’s senior personal staff

Asian Americans prominent on Constantine’s senior personal staff

Asian Americans prominent on Constantine’s senior personal staff

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King County Executive Dow Constantine with his senior personal staff. L-R: Administrative Assistant Lee Anne Hughes, Director of Communications Frank Abe, Exec. Constantine, Director of Government and Labor Relations Sung Yang.


By Staff
Northwest Asian Weekly

Dow Constantine was sworn in as King County Executive on Nov. 24. The event took place in Daniels Recital Hall in Seattle. Read the full story

Posted in Features, Vol 28 No 50 | 12/5-12/11Comments (0)

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