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Monthly Archives: February 2016
Great to see the article in Seattle Times today bringing attention to big decisions being made so everyone gets a chance to voice opinion.
The following mention of unanimous decision for sell off of public land wasn’t entirely transparent.
Under state law, to approve a land exchange, the seven-member commission’s decision must be unanimous.
Please reference Senate Bill 6377 and House Bill 2677 currently being fast tracked through approval. These bills specifically reduce the unanimous vote down to 4 of 7. Presumably these changes will be in place just in time to affect the St. Edward process and subsequently every other State Park.