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42nd District Legislators Town Hall

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42nd District Legislators Town Hall

Time: March 16, 2013 from 11am to 12pm
Location: Ferndale High School Auditorium
Street: 5830 Golden Eagle Drive
City/Town: Ferndale
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Phone: 360-733-8307
Event Type: town, hall, meeting
Organized By: Matthew Petryni
Latest Activity: Mar 16, 2013

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Event Description

The state legislative delegation for the 42nd Legislative District, which includes North Bellingham, Ferndale and most of Whatcom County, will be holding a town hall meeting on March 16 at Ferndale High School to hear from constituents.
This is a great opportunity to attend and ask questions about upcoming legislation, communicate concerns, and encourage our representatives to support environmentally friendly legislative priorities. Important environmental priorities this session include:

  • Clean Energy Solutions - a package of legislation that will expand access to renewable energy, increase energy efficiency of buildings and products in Washington state and explore options to meet our greenhouse gas reduction goals.
  • Conservation Works - dedicated funding in the state budget to create good-paying jobs while restoring and improving the health of our air, water and forests.
  • Defend Toxics and Renewable Energy Achievements - in addition to moving forward on environmental goals, it's important to remind legislators to keep our past achievements strong, including the I-937 renewable energy standards for utilities and the Model Toxics Control Act.
  • The House Transportation Committee has passed three bills -- House Bills 1898, 1953, and 1959 -- that give communities the flexibility to raise revenue to save bus service and fix local streets and sidewalks.
Read more about 2013 Environmental Priorities

For questions, contact Matt Petryni at 360-303-1660 or e-mail

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