Courtesy of the City of Kenmore.

Courtesy of the City of Kenmore.

Cities host Legislative Send-Off events for 1st, 46th Districts before 2018 session

Kenmore partners with Lake Forest Park to host an event on Jan. 2, Bothell hosts its own on Jan. 3.

  • Wednesday, December 20, 2017 11:34am
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The Cities of Kenmore and Lake Forest Park have partnered to host a 46th District State Legislative Session Send-Off event on Jan. 2, at 6:30 p.m., followed by a Delegation Town Hall Meeting at 7:30 p.m. Bothell will host a 1st District send-off at the UW Bothell campus on Jan. 3 at 6 p.m.

Attendees from the 46th District will have the opportunity to meet their state legislators Sen. David Frockt, Rep. Gerry Pollet and Rep. Javier Valdez as they prepare for the 2018 Washington State Legislature Session which begins on Jan. 8.

The event will take place in Lake Forest Park City Hall, at 17425 Ballinger Way NE.

Attendees form the 1st District will meet Sen. Guy Palumbo, Rep. Derek Stanford and Rep. Shelley Kloba as they answer questions regarding the upcoming session. The event will be on the Activities and Recreation Center’s second floor with free parking in the North Garage only.

For more information, contact Lake Forest Park City Hall at 206-368-5440 or Laura Mansfield, from UW Bothell, at 425-324-1100 or lmans@uw.edu.

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