This will be my view soon. I’ll be in Olympia beginning January 14.
Dear friends and neighbors,
This is my last e-newsletter to you in 2018, and I’m using it to ask for your input. The 2019 legislative session begins on January 14 in Olympia. It’s important for me to get your feedback on the issues lawmakers will likely be considering. You can click here or below to take the survey, which should take less than five minutes of your time.
I’m keeping this newsletter brief because I know at this time of year people tend to be focused on the holidays and not so much on reading emails from lawmakers. So with that, I wish you and your loved ones a joyous holiday season and look forward to connecting with you in the new year.
2019 pre-session constituent survey
I’m seeking your input on some of the issues that will likely be before the Legislature in 2019. While this survey doesn’t cover every topic that state lawmakers will consider, it touches on the ones I’m most directly involved with. If you have feedback to share on a topic not included in the survey, please email me. Thank you, and I look forward to your responses.
Ecology updates soil contamination maps for Tacoma Smelter Plume
The Washington State Department of Ecology has a new, updated online map that shows the pattern of arsenic contamination from the former Asarco Tacoma Smelter. It includes soil sampling information and links to resources such as the Soil Safety Program.
Click here to access the map.