Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff (center) takes a ride on light rail from the new Angle Lake Station in Seatac with King County Executive Dow Constantine (left) in 2016. (Herald file)

Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff (center) takes a ride on light rail from the new Angle Lake Station in Seatac with King County Executive Dow Constantine (left) in 2016. (Herald file)

County Council grills Sound Transit CEO about long timeline

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