Councilmember Peter Kwon has been appointed to 4Culture Board

The King County Council this week unanimously appointed SeaTac City Councilmember Peter Kwon to the 4Culture Board for the remainder of a three-year term, to expire on Dec. 31, 2020.

4Culture was established by the Council in 2002, and chartered in 2003 as a quasi-governmental public development authority. It is funded using Lodging Tax and 1% for Art funds, and is governed by a 15-member Board of Directors.

Mr. Kwon has been a King County resident since 1989, was elected to the City of SeaTac City Council in 2016, and serves on the Administration and Finance; Land Use and Parks; and chairs the Transportation and Public Works Committee.

He is a past alternate member of the Highline Forum, and an alternate member of the Hotel/Motel Tax Advisory Committee.

He is a also a respresentative to the South County Area Transportation Board (SCATBd).

Mr. Kwon has been active as a community resident as the program founder of the Neighborhood Locking Mailbox Program, a block watch organizer, and a volunteer yard work party organizer.

Here’s a letter sent to Kwon by County Councilmember Dave Upthegrove:

Here’s a video which includes the announcement of Kwon’s appointment:

The offical record of the motion can be found on the King County website here.

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