Posts Tagged ‘capital budget’

Even With $1.2 Million, Proposed Emergency Operations Center Still In Limbo

Chelan County Sheriff Brian Burnett joins Dan Langager in the KOHO studio to talk about his recent meeting with Chelan County Commissioners and the Port of Chelan County about a new Emergency Operations Center in Olds Station to serve all of North Central Washington. The project has so far received $1.2 million in state grants,…

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2018 Session: Senator Brad Hawkins On Passage Of Capital Budget, Hirst Water Bill

12th District Senator Brad Hawkins joins Dan Langager every Tuesday on the KOHO Morning Show during the 2018 legislative session in Olympia. Today Hawkins talks about lawmakers passing both the $4.2 billion capital construction budget and a water bill affecting watersheds, wells and rights, especially in rural areas. Representatives Cary Condotta and Mike Steele join…

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Water Bill Compromise Leads To Gov.’s Signature On Capital Budget

Gov. Jay Inslee has signed both a $4.2 billion capital budget that pays for construction projects across the state, as well as a compromise bill on a contentious water issue that had stalled the budget for months. Inslee signed the so-called Hirst fix earlier Friday in his office, followed by public signings of the budget…

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2018 Session: Reps. Condotta, Steele Talk Passage of Capital Budget, Water Bill

12th District Representatives Mike Steele and Cary Condotta join Dan Langager every Friday on the KOHO Morning Show during the 2018 legislative session in Olympia. Today they talk about the passage of a Hirst-related water rights bill and the two-year capital budget. Top state lawmakers reached a deal on the complex rural water dispute that…

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2018 Session: Reps. Condotta, Steele Talk Capital Budget, Carbon Tax, Hirst Decision

12th District Representatives Mike Steele and Cary Condotta join Dan Langager every Friday on the KOHO Morning Show during the 2018 legislative session in Olympia. Today they talk about starting the session, being in the minority, the likely passage of the capital budget, thoughts on Gov. Inslee’s proposed carbon tax, water rights, school lunches and more.…

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