Miloscia to hold 30th District telephone town hall meeting Tuesday

  • Monday, February 19, 2018 9:36am
  • News

Residents will have a chance to learn more about issues before the 2018 Legislature by taking part in a one-hour telephone town hall meeting Tuesday, Feb. 20, hosted by Sen. Mark Miloscia, R-Federal Way.

During the telephone town hall event, which begins at 6:15 p.m., Miloscia will discuss key issues before the Legislature, as well as bills he is sponsoring.

“Telephone town hall meetings provide a convenient opportunity for people in our district to find out what’s happening in Olympia this session and to offer input,” Miloscia said. “This phone-based forum allows those who aren’t able to attend an in-person meeting the chance to take part in democracy just by picking up the phone.”

Residents in the 30th District are encouraged to ask questions during the telephone town hall meeting, but they can also submit them in advance by e-mailing Miloscia at mark.miloscia@leg.wa.gov.

While thousands of district residents will receive a phone call just before the telephone town hall meeting to encourage them to participate, residents can also take part by dialing 877-229-8493 and then dialing the PIN number, which is 117158.

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