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Senate unanimously approves Pearson bill to help identify next Oso Senate unanimously approves Pearson bill to help identify next Oso
Today, the Senate unanimously approved a bill by Sen. Kirk Pearson, R-Monroe, to help the state identify future geological hazards like last year’s Oso landslide. Senate Bill 5088 would establish the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) as the official depository for a library of LiDAR mapping, which would be accessible...
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Skagit Valley Herald: Janicki proposal gains traction Skagit Valley Herald: Janicki proposal gains traction
Sen. Kirk Pearson, R-Monroe, is sponsoring Senate Bill 5887 to support local job creation, saying that longer lease terms would better support both long-term economic development and historic preservation. Click here to read more…
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Pearson jobs bill for Northern State clears first committee hurdle Pearson jobs bill for Northern State clears first committee hurdle
                Yesterday, constituents and stakeholders for jobs in Skagit County testified in support of Sen. Kirk Pearson’s, R-Monroe, bill to open the former Northern State Hospital site for economic development. Committee members voted to pass the measure, Senate Bill 5887, out of committee....
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Bailey, Pearson water relief bills advance out of committee Bailey, Pearson water relief bills advance out of committee
Today, a package of bills to ensure public water access introduced by Sen. Barbara Bailey and Sen. Kirk Pearson passed out of the Agriculture, Water and Rural Economic Development Committee. Recent restrictive interpretations of in-stream flow rules left people in the Skagit River Basin unable to utilize their properties. “I...
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