30th District will benefit from capital budget due to Kochmar’s efforts
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30th District will benefit from capital budget due to Kochmar's efforts
June 29 marked the official end of the 2013 legislative sessions. After two rounds of overtime, a total 153 days, the Legislature closed with the passage of a capital budget. Rep. Linda Kochmar, R-Federal Way, worked hard to ensure that key investments were made in the 30th District.
“I am pleased to have been able to vote 'yes' on this strong bipartisan capital budget,” said Kochmar. “It makes tremendous contributions to our state, continues the clean up of Puget Sound and funds key local investments in the 30th District. I fought for the projects in my district to be added to this budget and, while every request could not be included, families and citizens of our district will benefit greatly from the projects and funding we will receive.”
More than $21 million will be put into projects in the 30th District. Among those projects are:
- Federal Way – Performing Arts – $2 million
- Milton – Triangle ADA Upgrades – $225,000
- Algona – Community Center – $125,000
- Milton – Activities Center Renovation – $250,000
- Multi-service Center, Federal Way Veterans Center – $1.3 million
- King County Boys & Girls Club – $1 million
The capital budget was signed into law by Gov. Inslee on July 1. For more information about the capital budget by district, county or agency click here.
###Washington State House Republican Communications