Manufactured Housing Communities of Washington Legislator of the Year

I am proud to be the Manufactured Housing Communities of Washington Legislator of the Year and an Association of Washington Cities Legislative Champion for helping reinstate the Public Works Trust Fund.

My priorities are to fully fund education, ensure safety of our communities, and protect our privacy, the environment, and consumers from predatory lenders. I will work to increase affordable housing units and access to homeownership, while fixing aging infrastructures. I will continue to advocate for small business owners and local jobs, and help make Washington State a better place for us to live, work, and raise our families.

Association of Washington Cities Announces 2018 City Champion Award Winners

Excerpt from wacities.org:

OLYMPIA, WA – The Association of Washington Cities (AWC), an Olympia-based organization advocating on behalf of Washington’s 281 cities and towns, announced the recipients of its fifth annual City Champion Award. The award acknowledges the hard work and dedication of legislators and partners who championed critical city issues during the 2018 legislative session…

Preserving the Public Works Trust Fund
[…, Rep. Cindy Ryu (D-Shoreline), …]

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