Persons Testifying: Hearing Date January 14, 2021
(In support of the original bill) Representative Tharinger, prime sponsor; Lua Pritchard, Asian Pacific Cultural Center; Michele Thomas, Washington Low Income Housing Alliance; Amy Morrison, Lake Washington Institute of Technology; Chemene Crawford, North Seattle College; Kevin Brockbank, Spokane Community College; Kate Budd, Council for the Homeless; Joe Slight; Kji Kelly, Historic Seattle; DaleAnn Baker, Washington State Parent Teacher Association; Matt Zuvich, Washington Federation of State Employees; Brian Lloyd, Beacon Development Group; Christine Mahler, Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition; Monica Nixon; Julie Parascondola, City of Kent Parks Recreation and Kent Community Services; Doug Chase, Spokane County of Parks Recreation and Golf; Amber Carter, Port of Vancouver and Identity Clark County; Marty Miller, Office of Rural and Farmworker Housing; Ana Bonilla, Enterprise Community Partners; Mallory Van Abbema and Mark Smith, Housing Development Consortium of Seattle-King County; Derek Lum, Interim Community Development Association; Steve Walker, Washington State Housing Finance Commission; Ruben Flores; Jeff DeLuca, Washington State Community Action Partnership; Dave Roberts, Spokane Housing Ventures; Suzanne Schmick, Saint John-Endicott Cooperative Schools; Ginger Segel, GS Consulting; and Maureen Ewing, University Heights Center.
(Opposed to the original bill) Michael Raymond and Robert Wardell, People First of Washington; Jessica Renner and Ivanova Smith, Self Advocates in Leadership; and MaryKylie Cranford, King County.
(Other testimony on the original bill) Jeremy Norden-Paul, Washington State Developmental Disabilities Council; Darya Farivar, Disability Rights Washington; Seven Williams; Joshua Stuller; Diana Stadden, The Arc of Washington State; Alex Moettler, Self Advocates in Leadership; Gwen Ichinose Bagley; Brian Screnar; Robin Chiles; Alyssa Moir; Danielle Githens; Lisa Robbe, Office of Developmental Disabilities; Eric Matthes; Shawn Latham, Allies in Advocacy; and Josephine Tamayo Murray, Communities of Concern Commission.
Hearing Date March 29, 2021
(In support of the proposed substitute bill) Representative Tharinger, prime sponsor; Kji Kelly, Historic Seattle; Steve DuPont, Central Washington University; Aaron Czyzewski, Food Lifeline; Cynthia Stewart, League of Women Voters of Washington; Lauren Baba, University of Washington Medicine; Laurie Lippold, Partners for Our Children; Bob Hickey, Magnuson Park Center for Excellence; DaleAnn Baker, Washington State Parent Teacher Association; Amber Carter, Identity Clark County and Port of Vancouver United States of America; Olgy Diaz, Washington Wildlife Recreation Coalition; Dave Schaub, Inland Northwest Land Conservation; Clayton Graham; Tyler Muench, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction; Carolyn Logue, Washington Library Association; Meredith Lohr, EarthGen; Lorah Super, Methow Valley Citizens Council; Matt Zuvich, Washington Federation of State Employees; Derek Baker, Seattle Aquarium; Josephine Tamayo Murray, Communities of Concern Commission; Jessica Juarez-Wagner, United Indians of All Tribes Foundation; Nina Martinez, Latino Civic Alliance; Dawn Vyvyan, The Yakama Nation, The Puyallup Tribe, and The Sauk-Suiattle Tribe; Paul Jewell, Washington State Association of Counties; Peter Dykstra, Trout Unlimited; Kathleen Collins, Washington Water Policy Alliance; Terri Drexler, Shelton Youth Connection; Laurie De Koch, Seattle JazzED; Mike Schwindeller, Seattle Parks and Recreation; Loreen Hamilton, City of Redmond; Arlene Sargeant, Seattle JazzED; Katy Warren, Washington State Association of Head Start and Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program; Doug Levy, Outcomes By Levy, LLC and Washington Recreation and Park Association and Recreational Boating Association of Washington; Penny Sweet, City of Kirkland; Elizabeth Dahl, Aurora Commons; Chitra Hanstad, World Relief Seattle; Cody Wells; Juanita Salinas-Aguila, Enterprise Community Partners; Michele Kiesz, East Basin Irrigators Association; Isabel Jones, King County; Jim Kowalkowski, Davenport School District and Rural Education Center; Mitch Denning, Alliance of Educational Associations; Harold Crose, Grant County Conservation District; Kelley Nesbitt, Families Buiding Better Lives for Those with Developmental Disabilities; Justin Allegro, The Nature Conservancy; and George Lee, Rainier Beach Link to Lake Committee.
(Opposed to the proposed substitute bill) Anna Lois Fuller, Friends of Lopez Island Pool; Paige Reischl, Eli's Park Project; Shauna Bilyeu, Richard Hauan, Washington Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth; Krista Milhofer, People First of Washington; Julie Clark; Robert Wardell; Eric Matthes; Anthony Nash; Josie Schindler; Michael Raymond; Kari Reardon, Washington Defender Association and Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Jeremy Norden-Paul, Washington State Developmental Disabilities Council; Rhonda Batchelor, Cross Disability Advocacy Network; Ivanova Smith, Self Advocates in Leadership; Diana Stadden, The Arc of Washington State; Axel Strakeljahn, Port of Bremerton; Mike Gantala; Jeannette Ivy; Bruce Chattin, Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association; David Griffiths; and Tash Hansen-Day, No New Washington Prisons.
(Other testimony on the proposed substitute bill) Liz Trautman, Washington Coalition for Homeless Youth Advocacy; Michele Thomas, Washington Low Income Housing Alliance; Nicholas Norton, Washington Association of Land Trusts; Bryan Ketcham, Catholic Charities Housing Services; Michael Ramos, Church Council of Greater Seattle; Jeff DeLuca, Washington State Community Action Partnership; Amber Carter, Port of Vancouver United States of America; Carolyn Logue, North West Hearth and Patio and Barbecue Association; Jon Grant, Low Income Housing Institute; Morgan Hickel, University of Washington; Mark Smith, Housing Consortium of Everett and Snohomish County; Becca Kenna-Schenk, Western Washington University; Darya Farivar, Disability Rights Washington; Joshua Stuller; Seven Williams; Meredith Cambre, Young Men's Christian Association of Greater Seattle; Peggen Frank, Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians; Wesley Jessup, Eastern Washington State Historical Society; Wayne Doty, State Board for Community and Technical Colleges; Amy Morrison, Lake Washington Institute of Technology; Darrell Cain, Pierce College Puyallup; Chemene Crawford, North Seattle College; Ryan Donohue, Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County; Mitch Long, Kittitas Conservation Trust; Lance Goodpaster, Franklin Pierce School District; Michone Preston, Habitat for Humanity of Washington State; Tom Jacobi, HomeSight; Tom Seigel, Bethel School District; Urban Eberhart, Kittitas Reclamation District; Wendy McDermott, American Rivers; Patricia Byers, City of Yakima; Chris Mulick, Washington State University; Jeremy Mohn, The Evergreen State College; Marissa Rathbone, Washington State School Directors' Association; Erik Martin, Public Works Board; Randy Hayden, Port of Pasco; Thomas Lannen, Skamania County Commissioner; Jesse Rawlins, Public Defender Association; Nick Federici, United Way of King County; Charlie Brown, Washington Skills Centers Association; Bill Clarke, Washington Public Utility District Association; and Tina Wright, Harrison Medical Center.