7/22/17 | Olympia | Rep. Tom Dent ~ We went on the floor Thursday morning just before 10:00 am. No roll call, just gaveled in as pro-forma. Without a roll call we were unable to do a procedural motion. All day spent ready to vote and complete the people’s business. Just before 6:00 pm the […]
Letters to the editors – Kittitas County Media Hirst needs resolution now~ The July 19 “IN OUR VIEW” by the Daily Record Editorial Board got it completely wrong… The reason that Hirst is now tied to the capital budget is because our Democrat Governor refuses to bargain in good faith. After agreeing with senate Republicans […]
“Will Kittitas County water now become a commodity for corporate control similar to banks or huge corporations? As our Washington State representation in Olympia grapples with exempt ground water access in rural lands, they are looking at how our local Kittitas County leadership has worked with State agencies toward solutions. The recent Supreme Court “Hirst” […]
Is there really a lock on water in Kittitas County or is it a few landowners in Upper County who want to take advantage of questionable decisions by the Department of Ecology? Or is it the “Senior Water Rights Holders” down stream who have a myopic view of the big picture of Kittitas County water. […]
(VIDEO) The Sentinel has seen a good deal of discussion about the Washington State Supreme Court Hirst Desision. Rep. Jaquline Maycumber has introduced two bills in response to that decision and discusses them in this “Video” interview.