Sen. Roach announces five town hall meetings, focus on education

Sen. Pam Roach - Reporter file photo
Sen. Pam Roach
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State Sen. Pam Roach (R-Auburn) hosts five 31st District town hall meetings prior to the upcoming legislative session. The first meeting is 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 5 at the Auburn Library, 1140 Auburn Way N.

"I look forward to hearing from citizens in our district. Any issues are fair game. The upcoming budget, education concerns, CPS violations, tax restraints, and so forth," Roach said.

Town hall meetings are a time for citizens to meet directly to discuss concerns and give opinions.

"This session I will be chairing the Senate Governmental Operations Committee and I will discuss some of my priorities for the committee," Roach said.

Roach can be reached at her Olympia office during session at 360-786-7660 or through email at

Other meetings scheduled: 1 p.m. Jan. 5, Enumclaw Library, 1700 First St.; 10 a.m. Jan. 12, Edgewood City Hall, 2224 104th Ave. E; 10 a.m. Jan. 19, Bonney Lake Fire Station 11, 18421 Veterans Memorial Drive E.; and 1 p.m Jan. 19, South Prairie Community Center, 121 NW Washington St.

The legislative session begins Jan. 14.

For those unable to attend, please e-mail questions or concerns to Mail also can be sent P.O. Box 682, Auburn, WA 98071.

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