Sen. Ann Rivers and Rep. Liz Pike are inviting 18th District citizens to join them for town hall meetings Saturday, May 10, in Ridgefield and Camas.
The Southwest Washington lawmakers will provide an update of the 2014 legislative session, which concluded March 13. They will also discuss planned activities during the legislative interim, including formation of a Bi-State Bridge Coalition, made up of Washington and Oregon lawmakers, that will meet in June to discuss new options to the recently-scrapped Columbia River Bridge project.
“We always appreciate our constituents coming out to visit with us. It’s great to hear what’s on their hearts and minds,” said Rivers, R-La Center.
“Senator Rivers and I have held more than a dozen town hall meetings toether in the last two years since I have been in office. We do this because we believe being accessible to our constituents is paramount,” said Pike, R-Camas. “I encourage local residents to join us, bring their questions, and let us know what they are thinking.”
The town hall meetings will be held at the following times and locations:
Saturday, May 10
10 a.m. – noon
Ridgefield Fire Department, Station 21
911 N. 65th Avenue
2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Camas Police Department
2100 N.E. 3rd Avenue
For more information, contact Sen. Rivers at (360) 786-7634 or Rep. Pike at (360) 786-7812.