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Issue Position: Delivering for our District

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The all cuts operating budget is not the whole story of what transpired in Olympia this past year. Mary Margaret has been a legislator with a track record of accomplishing legislative victories, like Hailey's law, and bringing back results to our district. By working hard to improve the safety of the roads and waterways we rely so much on Mary Margaret has improved our district and brought construction jobs to the community.

Mary Margaret has procured full or partial funding for the following construction projects in the 10th Legislative District:

PROVIDING HEALTH CARE TO OUR COMMUNITY

* $500,000 for the Camano Community Health Clinic to provide better health services to our community

MAKING OUR ROADS SAFER

* $10.4 million to improve the safety of SR 20, including stretches from Harbor Vista Drive to NE Narrows Ave and Race Road to Jacob's Road

BUILDING TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE

* $2.3 million in continued funding for the Tri-County Connector

* $896,000 to Island Transit to improve capacity and safe access to the Parker Road transit station

* Allocation of $58 million in federal funds for additional rail improvements along the Cascades Corridor north of Seattle to protect against landslides and improve service reliability

* $15.1 million to replace the Pilchuck Creek bridge along SR 530

GROWING OUR FERRY SERVICES

* $3.4 million to upgrade and maintain ferries Mandating two ferry runs between Coupeville and Port Townsend during peak travel season.

* Construction of a new ferry and improved service for residents of Whidbey Island

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

* Legislation to protect and preserve farmlands by creating more flexible regulations for local farmers

* Localized economic development projects, like the La Conner waterfront boardwalk

* Funding for Anacortes Water Treatment Plant, the Anacortes Depot, La Conner Quilt and Textile Museum, and the Oak Harbor outfall reconstruction

PROTECTING OUR ENVIRONMENT

* Swadabs Shoreline access and restoration Improvements to the Skagit Riverwalk Trail Admiralty Inlet

* Natural Area Preserve Critical flood protection in the downtown Mt. Vernon area

* Centennial Clean Water Project in Freeland


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