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June, 2021

Wednesday
2
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Interested in this LWVSC committee? You‘re welcome to join us. Contact Eva Mehaffey for a Zoom invitation.
Wednesday
2
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Have an idea for your voting-district map? Want to review the League of Women Voters of Washington draft map recommendations?

You can create, analyze and share voting-district maps using Dave’s Redistricting mapping tool, DRA 2020. Learn how. Your voting power starts here!

Dave Rinn teaches us how to use Dave’s Redistricting mapping tool.

Click the Register Now button to go to the Eventbrite site. Online learning®
Thursday
3
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Held via Zoom
Friday
4
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Contact Phyllis Busch for a Zoom invitation.
Tuesday
8
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Contact Joan Smith for an invitation to the Zoom meeting.
Wednesday
9
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Get an informal overview of the new website, member functions, how to log in and view/change your profile, and ask questions! Two date/times available, optional training
Thursday
10
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Get an informal overview of the new website, member functions, how to log in and view/change your profile, and ask questions! Two date/times available, optional training
Monday
14
KSER-FM Everett
6:00 PM
Monday
14
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Pierce, King, Snohomish & Kitsap Counties
Learn about and provide input to the Puget Sound Regional Council's Transportation Plan for Vision 2050. PSRC will describe the issues, preliminary plans, and survey results. Forum participants will be able to ask questions, provide feedback and enter their opinions into the community survey.

o What will change in the next 30 years?
o What assumptions should be made about land use and transportation needs in that period?
o How does regional planning affect local decision-making?
Read about the PSRC Vision 2050 at https://www.psrc.org/vision

See the results of the PSRC public survey on the Future of Transportation, conducted March 2021, https://www.psrc.org/sites/default/files/tpb2021may13-pres-survey.pdf

Read about why transit should be funded by the State of Washington in this flier produced by Transportation Choices Coalition (to which LWVWA belongs): https://transportationchoices.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/wa-state-step-up-for-transit.pdf.

The Forum is sponsored by by the Leagues of Women Voters of Kitsap, Seattle-King, Snohomish and Tacoma-Pierce Counties.
Friday
18
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Contact Joan Smith for more information. Guest Speaker will be Tom Campbell, green builder and chair of Snohomish County Climate Advisory Committee.
Monday
21
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Contact Karen Crowley for Zoom invitation.
Thursday
24
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Anyone may attend the conference as an observer. This is a great place for new and long-term members to learn more about the League, meet members from across the state, and be inspired about our next hundred years. You must register at https://lwvwa.org/event-4257964/Registration. Cost is $20.21 with a late registration fee of $50.00.
Friday
25
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Anyone may attend the conference as an observer. This is a great place for new and long-term members to learn more about the League, meet members from across the state, and be inspired about our next hundred years. You must register at https://lwvwa.org/event-4257964/Registration. Cost is $20.21 with a late registration fee of $50.00.
Saturday
26
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Anyone may attend the conference as an observer. This is a great place for new and long-term members to learn more about the League, meet members from across the state, and be inspired about our next hundred years. You must register at https://lwvwa.org/event-4257964/Registration. Cost is $20.21 with a late registration fee of $50.00.
Sunday
27
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Anyone may attend the conference as an observer. This is a great place for new and long-term members to learn more about the League, meet members from across the state, and be inspired about our next hundred years. You must register at https://lwvwa.org/event-4257964/Registration. Cost is $20.21 with a late registration fee of $50.00.
Monday
28
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Anyone may attend the conference as an observer. This is a great place for new and long-term members to learn more about the League, meet members from across the state, and be inspired about our next hundred years. You must register at https://lwvwa.org/event-4257964/Registration. Cost is $20.21 with a late registration fee of $50.00.