Palumbo, Stanford and Kloba to host town hall meeting March 23 in Bothell

The meeting will provide constituents with updates on the 2019 legislative session and a chance to ask their lawmakers questions.

  • Tuesday, March 12, 2019 8:30am
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Sen. Guy Palumbo, D-Maltby, will host a town hall meeting March 23, with his 1st District seatmates, Rep. Derek Stanford, D-Bothell, and Rep. Shelly Kloba, D-Kirkland.

The meeting will provide a forum for constituents to hear updates on the 2019 legislative session and to ask questions of their lawmakers.

“My No. 1 priority is to represent my constituents in the 1st District, and to do that, it’s important to share the work we’re doing and to hear what’s on people’s minds,” Palumbo said in a release. “I’m looking forward to a thoughtful discussion.”

The meeting is scheduled for 1:30 to 3 p.m. at Mobius Hall at Cascadia Community College, 18345 Campus Way NE in Bothell.

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