November 2, 2015
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AWB Water Resources Committee will meet in Yakima, Tuesday, Nov. 10

The AWB Water Resources Committee will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 1:30 p.m. at the Yakima Chamber of Commerce located at 10 N. 9th Street. Sens. Jim Honeyford and John Braun will discuss water storage issues and Dave Christensen (state Department of Ecology Water Resources Division) will discuss the implications of the Foster decision. Contact Connie Grande for possible alternate attendance options. To ensure adequate space, please RSVP directly to Mike Ennis.

Health Care Committee to meet Tuesday, Nov. 10, in Seattle

The AWB Health Care Committee will meet next Tuesday, Nov. 10, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at Washington State Hospital Association's (WSHA) new offices on the 14th floor of the Wells Fargo building, 999 3rd Avenue, Seattle. Speakers will discuss legislative proposals for the upcoming session. Lunch will be provided, so be sure to RSVP with Connie Grande. Contact Sheri Nelson for more on the content of the meeting.


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Timelines are important

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