King County Water District 125
Board Meeting Dates and Times

Meetings are held the second and fourth Wednesdays at 10:00 AM in our
District office. If you wish to bring an issue or concern before the Board,
please contact the office at least one week prior to the meeting day. If you are
planning on attending a meeting, please see the
attached form of public meeting
policies.
Special Meetings
Special Board Meetings are called when a regular meeting date falls on a
holiday or when specific issues arise between regular meeting dates. Special
Board Meetings are posted at the District office and website at least 24 hours
prior to the meeting time.
A Special Board Meeting will convene on 4/19/17 at 1:00 pm at
12606 1st Ave S, Burien.

King County Water District 125
3460 S 148th ST Suite 110
Tukwila, WA 98168

(206) 242-9547   
Office Phone
(206) 248-1744   Fax
office@waterdistrict125.com
Your Commissioners

As a local municipality, Water District 125 operates under the authority of Title 57 of the Revised
Code of Washington. The District is subject to federal, state and local regulations. Three local
citizens are elected to the Board of Commissioners by voters living within the District's
boundaries. The Board of Commissioners establishes water rates, sets policies, and oversees
operations.
President of the Board
Jerry Thornton, Sr.
Condominium
Representative
John Thompson
-    Appointed to Commissioner #2 position in May 2003, current
term expires 12/31/2019
-    Board member of Washington Sewer and Water Districts
Association (WASWD)
-    WASWD certified Platinum Level Commissioner
-    Member of the Pacific Northwest Section of the American
Water Works Association
-    Family has resided in the District since 1962 and raised five sons
who are graduates of the Tukwila School District
-   46 year career as a K-12 and university educator in the Highline
School District, State Dept. of Public Instruction and City University
-   Involved with the City of Tukwila as a member of the Tukwila
Strategic Plan Committee, Community Oriented Policing Citizens
Advisory Board (COPCAB), Facilities Assessmentand Feasibility
Study
After four years of serving my country as an Infantryman entering
Europe on D-Day at Utah Beach, I spent several years working for
the Rural Electrification Association (REA) wiring rural country
homes. Coming to Washington in 1951, I worked for Boeing for 37.6
years, first in production, then in engineering doing contract
estimating and negotiations at numerous Air Force bases. In 1997 I
was appointed Commission for the water district and have been there
ever since. My wife and I have been married since 1963 with five
living children and one deceased. We both attend most all City of
SeaTac council meetings and I also attend all Valley View Sewer
District meetings. I am a certified WASWD Platinum Level
Commissioner and it is an honor and privilege to serve our Water
District constituents.
Water-Sewer District
Condominium

Next Scheduled Board Meeting
January 26th, 2017