Would you like to see more and better trails completed around the state?
This month offers four opportunities to testify in person about the projects you want to see funded by the state. The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program provides funding for constructing and rehabilitating dozens of trails each year – in this challenging time for the budget, you can make a difference for trails by speaking out. You can read a full list of the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition’s proposed projects on their website.
The series of budget hearings kicks off TONIGHT in Tacoma. We suggest arriving an hour early to sign in, since Gov. Gregoire will be in attendance. Here are the meeting details for four hearings around the state:
- July 19 – Tacoma, 7-9 p.m., (UWT-William W. Phillip Hall, Milgard Assembly Room, 1900 Commerce Street)
- July 21 – Everett, 7-9 p.m., (Everett Community College, Parks Building, Multi Purpose Room, 2000 Tower Street)
- July 27—Vancouver, 7-9 p.m., (WSU-Vancouver, Administration Building Room 110, 14204 NE Salmon Creek Avenue, Vancouver)
- July 29—Spokane, Time TBA, (Spokane City Hall, City Council Chambers, 808 W. Spokane Falls Boulevard)
We hope you can make it! You can learn more about the budget process here.