Letter Writing Campaign Was a Major Success, Thank You! 

Heavy traffic near Seattle
School bus accident with bus in the ditch along SR162
Snow covered trees and historic building along SR162

Joseph Perez Operations Engineer

 

Thank you for your efforts to influence our State legislators to recognize and act on the SR162 Sumner to Orting corridor.  

For now our work is done concerning the 2019 biennial budget.  Your efforts brought attention to this transportation issue to State, County and local representatives and agencies.  We will be higher on the list of priorities come the next budget go around.  Thank you for your continued support!

Rep. Andrew Barkis, Dist 2*

(360) 786 - 7824

(360) 786 - 7948

(360) 786 - 7968

(360) 786 - 7866

(360) 786 - 7846

(360) 786 - 7912

(360) 786 - 7602

(360) 786 - 7660

(360) 786 - 7648

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Concern still exists regarding the Tehaleh highway (Rhodes Lake Road project) design issues that effect the rural character of the valley.  Also what is the County doing to prepare the valley county road system for the impact on these roads to the overcrowding of SR162.

 

NOTE: County contacts can only influence county roads connecting to SR162 such as the new Tehaleh highway, widening of Military Road or intersections on McCutcheon Road

 

Pam Roach, Dist 2

Dave Morell, Dist 1

 

 

Rep. Jake Fey

(360) 786 - 7974 

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Sen. Steve Hobbs

(360) 786 - 7686

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to our legislators for their work in bringing attention to this transportation corridor and for acting to stop the 128th roundabout.