OLYMPIA — The Senate unveiled its capital budget proposal Monday, potentially investing more than $125 million in projects throughout the 38th Legislative District if passed.
The suggested funding would go toward behavioral health facilities, local sports venues, community buildings and more. Some of proposed district-wide investments include:
- Compass Health Broadway Behavioral Health Services (Everett) – $18,700,000
- Port of Everett Electrification – $5,000,000
- Ebey Waterfront Trail Phase 4 (Marysville) – $1,030,000
- Construction of new AquaSox ballpark – $7,400,000
- Everett Community College/Baker Hall Replacement – $37,904,000
“One of my top priorities is ensuring the needs of my constituents are met — securing funding for projects in our district is crucial for the continued growth and success of our communities,” Sen. June Robinson (D-Everett) said. “By investing in infrastructure, economic development and the wellbeing of our neighbors, we can create a brighter future for generations to come.”
View the full list of suggested investments here.