Sam Hunt – (360) 786-7992 Chris Reykdal – (360) 786-7940
—–> And tell them:
No on 1938!!!
House Bill 1938 proposes to declare Capital Lake to be a part of the Capital Campus and to always remain a lake. The Bill will be heard Wednesday morning at 8 AM in hearing room E of the westernmost (closest to the lake) building.
The bill ignores all credible science. It’s bad environmentally. It places all funding on the state because the feds will only pay for a restoration. It’s the most expensive option. It ignores thousands of years of Salish tradition. And it forecloses all other options up-front.
Here is the makeup of the house committee that will hear HB 1938 on Wednesday morning. Please start calling them all.
Reject HB 1938. Capitol Lake is not a FACILITY!!!
Yours truly – Sue Patnude
|Hunt, Sam (D) Chair||LEG 438B||(360) 786-7992|
|Appleton, Sherry (D) Vice Chair||LEG 132F||(360) 786-7934|
|Taylor, David (R) *||MOD A 205||(360) 786-7874|
|Overstreet, Jason (R) **||MOD A 102||(360) 786-7980|
|Alexander, Gary (R)||LEG 426B||(360) 786-7990|
|Condotta, Cary (R)||LEG 122B||(360) 786-7954|
|Darneille, Jeannie (D)||LEG 436B||(360) 786-7974|
|Dunshee, Hans (D)||MOD F 103||(360) 786-7804|
|Hurst, Christopher (D)||MOD B 105||(360) 786-7866|
|McCoy, John (D)||LEG 132A||(360) 786-7864|
|Miloscia, Mark (D)||LEG 437A||(360) 786-7898|
*Ranking Minority Member **Asst. Ranking Minority Member
From the Olympian:
Rep. Chris Reykdal, D-Tumwater, introduced House Bill 1938, which would require the State Capitol Committee to oversee the management and preservation of Capitol Lake. Under current law, the committee is responsible for constructing, remodeling and furnishing Capitol Campus buildings and parking facilities. http://t.co/2B4gmAz