Economic Alliance Snohomish County to Host 2023 Legislative Kick-Off on January 5
23 Dec 2022
The event will bring together elected officials to discuss the upcoming legislative session and important issues in the Snohomish County business community
Everett, WA., December 20, 2022 – Economic Alliance Snohomish County (EASC) will bring together elected leaders on January 5, for a 2023 Legislative Kick-Off, presented by The Boeing Company, which will provide an opportunity for elected leaders to answer questions and discuss the EASC’s 2023 Legislative Agenda.
“The Legislative Kick-Off will give us all a chance to begin the new year with a sharing of ideas, and to communicate our priorities so that our legislators can advocate effectively for our business community through understanding our strengths, as well as our challenges,” said Garry Clark, President & CEO, EASC.
“One of the reasons for holding the Legislative Kick-Off is to provide a forum for the diverse interests and goals of our businesses and communities here in Snohomish County. At the kick-off on January 5, we’ll be bringing together industry sectors so that we can we can help find solutions and common ground, and advocate for policies that stimulate economic vitality and quality of place here in Snohomish County,” said Rashma Agarwal, Director of Government Relations, EASC.
The event is being held at the Hotel Indigo Seattle Everett Waterfront, an IHG Hotel, and is sponsored by The Boeing Company and Community Transit.
The event is being held from 10 a.m. to noon, and begins with networking, followed by land acknowledgement. Garry Clark, will give the welcome address and deliver closing remarks.
Featured panelists include: Senator Marko Liias, 21st District; Representative Carolyn Eslick, 39th District; Representative Sam Low, 39th District; and Representative Strom Peterson, 21st District.
For more information about the Legislative Kick-Off event, please contact WilliamS@EconomicAllianceSC.org.
About Economic Alliance Snohomish County
Economic Alliance Snohomish County (EASC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with members from the public and private sectors and is designated by the State and Snohomish County as the county economic development authority. As such, it generates and advocates for smart economic policy and strategies, grow living wage jobs, and expand the economy through business expansion and attraction. EASC also hosts business services from the SBA and other federal and state agencies to deliver business services to local businesses.