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Sultan Mayor & recently appointed State Rep. Carolyn Eslick gets House committee assignments
October 05, 2017




Sultan Mayor and newly appointed State Rep. Carolyn Eslick, (R-Sultan).
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(OLYMPIA, WA.)  --  Recently appointed State Rep. Carolyn Eslick, (R-Sultan) also Sultan's Mayor is transitioning quickly into her new role at the state Legislature.

House leadership has already assigned Eslick to the House Capital Budget and Early Learning and Human Services committees, according to a statement from the Washington State House Republicans communications department.

“I’m excited to tackle these meaningful committee assignments. Some of our state’s most pressing public policy issues fall under these two committees,” said Eslick. “There is a great deal of work ahead as we go into the 2018 session. With only a few more weeks before we begin, I’m not wasting any time.”

The capital budget is sometimes referred to as the “brick and mortar budget.” This one typically funds infrastructure and construction projects throughout the state.

During the 2017 session, negotiations on the state capital budget reached a standstill when an agreement could not be reached on the Supreme Court’s Hirst decision.

For many rural communities, the Hirst decision has far-ranging implications for home builders, property owners and local businesses. The case set a precedent for how water rights would be handled statewide, threatening to halt all construction involving the use of residential wells.

“The Legislature has some big decisions ahead – especially for Hirst. This property rights issue is not going away on its own. We owe it to the individuals and families of Washington state to approve a capital budget and get a legislative fix in place for Hirst,” said Eslick.

The new lawmaker will also serve on the House Early Learning and Human Services Committee. This is a 13-member committee that considers issues relating to early learning from birth to kindergarten, as well as a broad array of issues affecting children and families such as foster care, child protective services, children's mental health and more.

More info: visit representativecarolyneslick.com or contact Eslick's Olympia office at (360) 786-7816.

 






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