Housing for Our Whole Community - Anacortes 
 
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Our Next Voter Services Committee meeting is on Wednesday, January 18, 2023, at 1:00 PM. Please note that there is no meeting on December 21
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Getting To Yes on Affordable Housing in Skagit County
 
Click the link above to get background information on affordable housing in Skagit County
 
The Skagit League of Women Voters is in the preliminary stages in putting together a series of meetings intended to inform Skagit County residents about the issus surrounding affordable housing in our county.  We are defining this as housing affordable to households earning between 60 and 120 percent of the area median income.
 
  1. Identify the problem to be addressed - We need affordable housing in our communities for employees of local firms, including teachers, firefighters, police, manufacturing, restaurants, nurses.  Essentially everyone that works in our communities.  We are defining this as housing affordable to households earning between 60 and 120 percent of the area median income.
  2. Identify, with each community, why there is a lack of affordable housing.  This would be customized with input from the experts / professionals in each community but may include: housing density, height restrictions, lack of balance between zoning for multifamily vs, single family housing, etc.
  3. What policy solutions exist for each community.  Again, the solutions would be provided by the local experts / professionals from the community
  4. What positive actions have been taken locally they have taken  toward solving the lack of affordable housing.
 
To proceed with these public forums, the LWV will need to partner with:
  1. Skagit Council of Governments
  2. Skagit housing consortium
  3. Housing Authority of Skagit County
  4. Skagit Habitat for Humanity
  5. Home Trust of Skagit
  6. Community Action Agency
  7. local housing authorities
  8. Local Tribes
  9. Many other local interested parties, etc.
 
If you are interested in participating in this project, please call or text Ed West at 6087929387 cell
General Election Candidate Forums
 
US Congressional District 2 Candidate Forum, Friday October 7 at 6 PM - Click for Recorded event
 
Legislative District 10 Position 1 & 2 Candidate Forum, Thursday October 20 at 6 PM Click here for recorded event
 
Legislative District 39 Positions 1 & 2  Candidate Forum, Thursday September 29
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Legislative District 40 Position 2  Candidate Forum, Wednesday October 12  Click here for recorded event
 
Secretary of State Candidate forum, Sunday, October 23, 3:30 – 4:30 pm Click Here for Recorded Event
 
US Senate Candidate Forum, Sunday October 23, 5 to 6 PM https:  Click Here for Recorded Event
General Election Dates
 
National Voter Registration Day Tuesday, September 20, 2022
 
BALLOTS DROP - Friday, October 21, 2022
 
LAST DAY MAILED VOTER REGISTRATION FORMS MUST BE RECEIVED AND LAST DAY TO REGISTER ON-LINE  - Monday, October 31, 2022
 
DEADLINE TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN PERSON AT THE AUDITOR'S OFFICE - Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at 8 PM.
 
Note, if you are mailing your ballot, you should put it in the mail box by Tuesday November 1
 
GENERAL ELECTION DAY - BALLOTS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY THE POST OFFICE, OR PUT IN BALLOT DROP BOXES - Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at 8 PM
 
 
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