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Representative Derek Kilmer, hear your constituents speak!

imageIMPORTANT! IF YOU LIVE IN DEREK KILMER’s DISTRICT, PLEASE ATTEND ONE OR ALL OF THESE MEETINGS, TELL KILMER HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT THE NAVY’s ATTEMPT TO TAKE OVER THE PENINSULA. WE NEED KILMER TO STEP UP AND STAND UP TO THE NAVY! SAY NO TO THE GROWLER EXPANSION AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE TRAINING PLOT TO DESTROY OUR OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK AND FOREST!

To Help Kick Off Second Term, Kilmer Announces Series of Town Hall Meetings
Jan 12, 2015 Press Release
TACOMA, WA – Today, Representative Derek Kilmer (D-WA) announced a series of town hall meetings to help kick off his second term in Congress. Over the next week Kilmer will hold six forums with constituents so he can hear directly from the people he represents.

Kilmer’s town halls are open to the public and all are encouraged to attend.

“I’m proud to work for folks in our region,” said Kilmer. “As your representative, it’s my job to stay accessible and accountable to you so I encourage everyone to join me at a local meeting for a good discussion.”

During his first term, Kilmer hosted 11 town halls across the region and also hosted four open office hours. In addition to his meetings in the district, Kilmer participated in six telephone town halls to take questions from constituents over the phone.

Doors open a half hour before the start of each town hall. The schedule for the meetings follows:

Pierce County Town Hall

Thursday, January 15
7:00PM – 8:30PM
Tacoma Public Utilities Auditorium

3628 S 35th St., Tacoma, WA 98409

Jefferson County Town Hall

Friday, January 16
5:00PM – 6:30PM
Fort Worden State Park Commons A

200 Battery Way, Port Townsend, WA 98368

Mason County Town Hall

Saturday, January 17
11:00AM – 12:30PM
North Mason High School Auditorium

200 E. Campus Dr., Belfair, WA 98528

Kitsap County Town Hall

Saturday, January 17
2:00PM – 3:30PM
Olympic College Poulsbo Campus – Rooms 119-120

1000 Olympic College Way NW, Poulsbo, WA 98370

Clallam County Town Hall

Friday, January 23
5:00PM – 6:30PM
Peninsula College Little Theater

1502 E Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles, WA 98362

Grays Harbor County Town Hall

Saturday, January 24
1:00PM – 2:30PM
Ocosta Jr./Sr. High School Commons

2580 Montesano St. S, Westport, WA 98595
For any questions, please call Representative Kilmer’s office in Tacoma at (253) 272-3515, in Bremerton at (360) 373-9725, or in Port Angeles at (360) 797-3623.

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  1. Harrison Davignon

    As I said before, can’t that navy find a empty non wilderness field in eastern Washington were they will not bother people or wild life at all. The people in the navy do great thongs ( thank you) But how about a win win situation. If anyone on this site wants to respond to my opinion, feel free.

  2. Linda Sutton

    Please be aware that there is a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/KilmerWatch devoted to Legislative Watch District 6 WA. If you are interested in following his votes and posting about them, please LIKE the page and then go to the “get notifications” under the liked ikon and check it.

  3. mary durham

    Another beautiful day in victoria and gardening season is starting. Usually I head out and enjoy the peaceful calm of my garden and love sharing it with the soft sounds of my chickens and the local bird population. Today the only sounds I heard were the loud, low, ominous rumbling sounds of growler jets coming from the Widbey Island Airforce base. I have been hearing them from inside my home for the better part of two years with recent months days the sound so loud the windows shake. Hearing them all day long as I work outside is even worse. I resent the noise pollution in my neighborhood. I fear for the lost income from tourists to our area who do not wish to be exposed to constant noise from the american military jets. My farm animals are in a constant state of adjitation as the ground shaking feels like the start of an earthquake. My distress levels are rising daily. I understand that more jets have been purchased and will be used even more frequently in this densely populated area. I find this to be completely unacceptable. I urge the US government to seriously consider the tremendous negative impact this current practice is having not only on its citizens but Canadians as well.

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