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Lois North
Best known forState Senator

Personal:
  GenderFemale
  Born1922, Berkeley, Alameda County, California, USA
  EducationU.C. Berkeley, B.A. and General Secondary Teaching Credentials. Columbia University, graduate work

Occupations:

  • Teacher.
Offices:
  • Chair. King County-Metro Consolidation Advisory Committee.
  • Chair. Elevated Transportation Company Council.
  • State Representative. House of Representatives. Republican. 44th District (King County), Washington. 1969 - 1975. 6 year(s). House Republican Caucus Secretary, 1971-1975. 1969 on the committees of Education and Libraries; Local Government; Revenue and Taxation. 1971 on the committees of Appropriation; Elections and Apportionment; Local Government; Natural Resources and Ecology. 1973 on the committees of Ecology; Local Government; Social and Health Services.
  • State Senator. Senate. Republican. 44th District (King County), Washington. 1975 - 1979. 4 year(s). 1977 on the committees of Ecology; Local Government; Social and Health Services. 1979 on the committees of Ecology; Energy and Utilities; Local Government.
  • County Councilmember. King County. 1980 - 1991. 11 year(s). Chair in 1982, 1990, and 1991.
  • Member. Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board. 2000 - 2006. 6 year(s). Appointed by Governor Locke.
Awards:
  • Warren G. Magnuson Award, Municipal League (2004).
  • Woman of the Year Award, League of Women Voters (1991).
Affiliations:Board Member, Swedish Hospital/ Ballard Campus Foundation
Municipal League of King County,
Planned Parenthood,
President, Seattle League of Women Voters
Trustee, Board of NW hospital

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Sources:

“North says no to fourth county council term,” by Mary Rothschild, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, March 5, 1991. “Reading Orchids Gives Lois North’s Morale a Boost—Council Representative has Served Shoreline Area for 22 Years,” by Judy Van Deen, The Seattle Times, March 28, 1990.