At 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 19, 11th District State Representatives Bob Hasegawa and Zack Hudgins will host a telephone town hall meeting for constituents to bring up any questions, comments, and concerns about legislative and other issues. The 11th District includes parts of South Seattle including the western part of Beacon Hill, Georgetown, Burien, Sea-Tac, Tukwila, and part of Renton.
Residents of the 11th District should get a telephone call around 6 p.m. to join the town hall. Once connected, constituents may ask questions by pressing *3 on the telephone.
11th District State Representative Bob Hasegawa recently hosted a town hall meeting via telephone, but this Saturday, February 18, Hasegawa is hosting a live and in-person town hall to give constituents an update on the legislative session.
The meeting in Tukwila will include discussions on the many issues brought up in Olympia this session, including the proposed Jobs Bill, the Washington Investment Trust, and the state budget.
The event will take place this Saturday, February 18, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the Tukwila Community Center Social Hall, 12424 42nd Avenue South, Tukwila. All 11th Legislative District residents are invited to bring their questions, comments and ideas. The 11th District includes parts of South Seattle including the western part of Beacon Hill, Burien, Sea-Tac, Tukwila, and part of Renton.
Tomorrow, February 2, at 6:30 p.m., 11th District State Representative Bob Hasegawa will host a telephone town hall meeting for constituents to bring up any questions, comments, and concerns about legislative and other issues. The 11th District includes parts of South Seattle including the western part of Beacon Hill, Burien, Sea-Tac, Tukwila, and part of Renton.
Just before 6:30 tomorrow evening, thousands of 11th District residents will get phone calls inviting them to participate in the town hall meeting by pressing “*3” on their telephones. If you don’t get a call and still wish to participate, you can call 1-877-229-8493 (toll free) and enter the PIN 18646 when prompted.
11th Legislative District Representative Bob Hasegawa is hosting another Telephone Town Hall event at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 2. Households across the district will receive phone calls that evening (land-lines only) and be invited to participate. If you know you’d like to participate, you may call 877-229-8493 toll-free and enter ID code 15515. The number will begin accepting calls ten minutes before the start of the event. During the call, participants will be able to learn about the current legislative session and ask questions and share thoughts with Representative Hasegawa. For additional information, contact the legislator at 360-786-7862.
If you’re followingthe plight of our neighbors on the far-west side of the Hill with a portion of their view now interfered with by new power lines, or if you’d just like to have a word with State Rep. Bob Hasegawa, this note from Nick Papini (by way of Doug) may be of interest:
State Representative, Bob Hasegawa is going to tour our neighborhood this Friday, Aug 28th, at 1:00PM.
We have asked Bob to come to see first-hand what City Light and ST have done regarding the massive power lines on Stevens St, and along 14th Ave.
We are going to meet at my house (3017 12th Ave S) at 1:00PM. If anyone would like to attend, and either meet Bob for the first time, or get a chance to catch up with him, this is a good opportunity.
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Craig Thompson is looking for a couple of neighbors to help wrangle a large number of expected volunteers working at Jose Rizal Park on Friday, September 11th:
Hi! September 11 is the fall King County United Way Day of Caring. For the past two years, large groups of employees from Microsoft and other businesses have come to Dr. Jose Rizal Park and other sites to improve our common spaces.
This year, we may have between 70 and 100 people volunteer at Dr. Jose Rizal Park, and so for the first time, I’ve got to admit I’m challenged. The two neighbors who’ve helped out so much in the past around this event have moved from Beacon Hill and aren’t available.
Is there someone out there who could help get a couple of groups started on projects in the off-leash area? It would be great if a few neighbors turned out to help. I’d like to begin setting up at 9 AM that Friday morning, Sept. 11 – the event runs from 10 AM to 2 PM.
The volunteers do the heavy lifting; most of what’s involved is laying out the tools, which we’ve purchased with grants, plus we’ll have some on loan. We’ll be making improvements to the entrance of the off-leash area terracing the slope along the east side of the park with materials already on site – the terraces will be planted later in the month by a smaller crew of volunteers.