Wednesday, February 19, 2020 - Doors open 6:30, meeting 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Environmental Caucus Meeting to meet at same location 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Elliot Bay Brewing Company 12537 Lake City Way NE, Seattle, WA 98125, USA
Program: Special Ballot Drop Day
DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, WE ARE CANCELLING OUR JANUARY 2020 MEETING, previously scheduled for Wednesday, January 15.
Although we had a great program planned, we have no time-sensitive business that cannot be addressed at our next meeting, and our members' safety is our highest priority.
We also plan to have a fun event in early February, at which we can enjoy some of the program. watch your email for details!
Why the cancellation? Arterial roads are passable in the daytime, particularly in the southern end of the district, but the side roads and hilly roads in far north Seattle, Lake Forest Park, and Kenmore are very treacherous. In Kenmore, residents have been officially asked by the city not to travel unless necessary. LFP and Kenmore are also in the Lynnwood convergence zone which endures more extreme weather in the winter.
NOAA is forecasting 3 - 6" of snow overnight over the entire 46th district, and a high of no greater than 37 degrees tomorrow, which will not effectively melt and clear ice for the evening. After dark, it is forecast to drop into the 20s, be very windy, and for snow to resume. With our meeting lasting until 9pm, we may arrive just fine, but have difficulty getting home.
In an abundance of caution, the January 2020 46th District Meeting is cancelled for January 15, 2020.
Watch for an email very soon with volunteer opportunities, a caucus help ask, and other ways you can help defeat Trump and increase the Blue Wave in 2020!
Thank you for your patience!
Join your 46th District Legislators, Senator David Frockt, Representatives Gerry Pollet and Javier Valdez, for the second of two pre-session Town Hall forums on Thursday, January 9th, 7 pm-9 pm at Nathan Hale High School, 10750 30th Avenue, NE, Seattle, WA 98125 (map).
Share your thoughts on what their priorities should be in the upcoming session. Some of the major issues they are working on include: gun violence prevention, climate change, funding education, improving health for all Washingtonians, protecting immigrants, and making our state tax system fairer for working families.
Senator David Frockt, Representative Gerry, and Representative Javier Valdez will answer your questions and are eager to hear your concerns and comments.