Public hearing for proposed Auburn opioid treatment program is slated for Jan. 31

  • Wednesday, January 23, 2019 5:15pm
  • News

The Washington State Department of Health is asking for public input on a proposed opioid treatment program in Auburn.

The hearing is at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, at the Muckleshoot Library, 39917 Auburn Enumclaw Road SE. The hearing is free and open to all.

We Care Daily Clinics, LLC is proposing to establish an opioid treatment program at 3320 Auburn Way N.

People who wish to speak at the hearing will be limited to three minutes each.

Those who cannot attend the hearing in person can submit written comment.

Written comments are encouraged. They must be submitted at the hearing or received by the Department of Health by email, mail or dropped off by 5 p.m. Jan. 31. Faxed comments will not be accepted.

Send written comments to:

• Mailing address

Department of Health

Facilities Program

P.O. Box 47852

Olympia, WA 98504-7852

• Physical address

Department of Health

Facilities program

111 Israel Road SE

Tumwater, WA 98501

• Email address

Julie.Tomaro@doh.wa.gov

The hearing is the sole responsibility of the Washington State Department of Health. It is not sponsored or endorsed by any other organization. If you have any questions or would like more information, call Julie Tomaro with the facilities program at 360-236-2937 or visit doh.wa.gov.

More in News

Join the Pacific and Algona Community Yard Sale

Spots open in Centennial Park for Saturday, Sunday, June 22-23

Pioneer Elementary School student wins national design contest

Joel Garcia Nunez, a second-grader at Pioneer Elementary School, was crowned the… Continue reading

Auburn Valley Humane Society partners with ASPCA to help behaviorally challenged shelter dogs

The Auburn Valley Humane Society on Friday announced its participation in the… Continue reading

Teens turn to library, board games to build bonds

Student-planned Teen Game Night, part of Dream Big: Anything is Possible youth empowerment campaign

Free Lake Tapps Incident Locators available

The Lake Tapps Incident Locator Program, first launched in 2014 by East… Continue reading

Auburn Parks prepares for KidsDay on June 25

Full day in the park includes games, rides, food, art and entertainment

Night work on Auburn Way South, Union Court SE to 32nd St SE

Beginning Friday evening, June 14, through Saturday evening, June 15, construction work… Continue reading

Amateur Radio Field Day demonstrates ham radio’s ability to work reliably under any conditions from almost any location and create an independent communications network. COURTESY PHOTO
Amateur Radio Field Day on June 22-23 demonstrates science, skill and service

Members of the Auburn Area Emergency Communications Team (AAECT) participate in the… Continue reading

Auburn Police looking into two-vehicle crash; one person seriously injured

Auburn Police are investigating a serious injury collision that occurred Friday in… Continue reading

Most Read