Have you written to legislators yet?

Now is the time to take a few minutes to put together an email and get it out to members of the State Senate transportation committee. There will be a hearing tomorrow (Wednesday) at 3:30 p.m. on Christine Rolfes’ bill that gives more authority to local ferry advisory committees.

Kari Ulatoski sent out the following message and links yesterday. The first provides additional information you may want to include in your email. The second is a link to an email list for committee members.

Bill seeks greater rider input in setting ferry fares

State Senate Transportation Committee

Hi all,

This is a great time to email the Transportation Committee members! The hearing is 3:30 in the Senate Transportation Committee. A number of people will be testifying on your behalf, but we need a good showing just in the audience if possible as well as letters. If you haven’t already done so, please do. You can also use any of the info on the talking points as well. [This refers to the FCP Goals posted yesterday.]

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