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January 9, 2019
Mark Okazaki, executive director of Neighborhood House, will retire this fall after 18 years with the social service agency. Applications for a replacement are being sought until Feb. 17, and the agency's board plans to have a new leader in place before Okazaki retires. Neighborhood House serves over 14,000 immigrants, refugees and low-income people at 36 locations in King County.