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WASHINGTON MUTUAL: TEAM OF STATE LEGISLATORS TO TOUR AFFORDABLE HOUSING SITES

 WHAT: As part of an in-depth look at affordable housing issues, more than a dozen state legislators and affordable housing advocates will participate in a public hearing and panel discussion followed by a tour of six King County housing sites, according to Washington Mutual.
 Included in the tour is a visit to the Benson Glen project, a subdivision near Renton that, in addition to providing 43 affordable homes, is part of an unprecedented study of how regulations can inflate the cost of housing.
 WHEN: Tuesday, June 29
 ITINERARY: Panel discussion:
 8:30-10:30 a.m.
 El Centro de la Rasa
 2524 16th Ave. S.
 Seattle
 (Call 206-329-9442 for directions)
 10:30-11 a.m.
 Open hearing
 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
 Tour of King County housing sites in south
 Seattle, Renton and Kent.
 Members of the media are invited to join the
 tour. A detailed itinerary is available.
 WHO: Washington Low-Income Housing Congress is hosting the event, which is expected to draw committee members including state Reps. Jesse Wineberry (D-Seattle), Elmira Forner (R-Kent), Sarah Casada (R-Puyallup), Steve Conway (D-Tacoma) and Georgette Valle (D-Seattle); Mike Piper, Washington State Department of Community Development; Tina Narr and Caroline Sayre, King County; Earl Richardson, City of Seattle; Dan Kelleher, King County Housing Authority and City of Kent; Bill Longbrake, chief financial officer, Washington Mutual; and Mike Ryherd and Majken Ryherd Keira, Washington Low-Income Housing Congress.
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 /CONTACT: Jennifer Maxwell-Muir of Washington Mutual Savings Bank, 206-461-2484/


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