Legislators schedule town halls

Several Snohomish County legislators are returning to their districts Saturday to hold town hall meetings during which residents can question them about what is happening in Olympia this session.

Education, health care, cable barriers and a new college are among the topics legislators of the 44th, 21st and 1st legislative districts are prepared to discuss with constituents.

44th District: State Reps. John Lovick, D-Mill Creek, and Hans Dunshee, D-Snohomish, will be co-hosts of two events. The two serve in the 44th District that includes Snohomish, Mill Creek and Lake Stevens.

From 10 a.m. to noon they will be in Room A of the Lake Stevens School District building, 12309 22nd St. N.E. in Lake Stevens.

Starting at 1 p.m. they will be at Merrill Gardens in Mill Creek. The address is 14905 Bothell-Everett Highway.

21st District: The 21st District delegation of state Sen. Paull Shin, D-Edmonds, and state Reps. Brian Sullivan, D-Mukilteo, and Mary Helen Roberts, D-Edmonds, will serve as hosts of their town hall together.

The event begins at 10:30 a.m. at Serene Lake Elementary School, 4709 Picnic Point Road in Edmonds.

This district includes Edmonds, Mukilteo and portions of Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace.

1st District: State Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe, D-Bothell, along with state Reps. Al O’Brien, D-Mountlake Terrace, and Mark Ericks, D-Bothell, will participate in a town hall at Cascadia Community College.

The three 1st District lawmakers serve the south Snohomish County communities of Maltby and Mountlake Terrace. They also represent Bothell, which is split between Snohomish and King counties.

The discussion is scheduled for 10 to 11:30 a.m. in the North Creek Events Center. The college is located at 18325 Campus Way N.E. in Bothell.

For information, call 360-786-7811 or 360-786-7328.

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