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About Burien, WA
King County is the home of Burien, Washington. The census that was taken in the year 2011 reported that the population of Burien was 33,417 people. Since the year 2000, this represented a 4.80% increase in the population of Burien.
The federal land office sold a French Canadian from Quebec Named George Ouellet the first of many homestead land patents. A man named Gottlieb and his wife, who were immigrants from Germany, arrived in what was known then as Sunnydale some ten years later. At that time, Sunnydale didn't have any commercial buildings and only had some small houses and trails. On the southeast corner of Lake Buran, Mr. Burian built a cabin. Supposedly he then established the community in a misspelled version of his name. Soon a large number of people were attracted to Burien when a real estate office was opened.
Visitors from nearby Seattle arrived just west of the community in Three Tree Point by the Mosquito Fleet to swim and sunbathe during the early 1900's.
The Lake Burien Railroad was established in 1915. This railroad ran on what is currently known as Ambaum Boulevard to Seattle and White Center from Burien. The residents affectionately named the small passenger train The Toonerville Trolley. However, soon the Toonerville Trolley ceased operations because during the wintertime the tracks iced over and during the summertime the tracks were made slippery by caterpillars being squished.
Although all of the attempts failed, many proposals were made to incorporate the greater Burien region. Between 1980 1990, the residents believed that they required a government that was more responsive in order to consider the looming threat of the airport runway expansion program that was being proposed by the Port of Seattle. Therefore, another attempt was made to incorporate as a city. These residents also believed that the multifamily dwellings and apartments in Burien had gotten way out of control and felt that they the only organization that would hear their concerns was the Council in King County.
The year 1913 finally brought the incorporation of Burien as a city.
The city council of Burien proposed the annexation of the southernmost part of North Highline, which was comprised of 14,000 people, in early 2008. Later that year Burien prepared to submit their proposal for annexation to the Boundary Review Board in King County. However, Burien elected to withdraw their plan for annexation, after protested the proposal by Burien, and resubmit the plan once the planning policies fie the entire county went into effect.
The city council resubmitted their plan for annexation to the Boundary Review Board in late 2008. However, stakeholders such as King county, Seattle and Burien were the first to participate in and complete the mediation to make sure that all parties' interests were met. The stakeholders who were affected would have agreed to a preliminary annexation plan that would have stipulated the way that the annexation would have affected King County, Seattle and Burien. However, in early 2009, the city council in Seattle voted against that agreement.
Later in 2009, King County's Boundary Review Board approved the annexation proposal made by Burien for the southernmost part of the North Highline region.
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