The passage of the Capital Construction budget last week in the Washington State Legislature means that the communities of Lake Stevens, Mill Creek and Snohomish will soon see several civic improvements. The Capital Construction budget, a $6.3 billion investment in communities across Washington in things like broadband, housing, environmental cleanup and countless civic projects in communities across the state, received unanimous bipartisan support last week. For Snohomish County, investments to the tune of $23.9 million will be made to things like parks, emergency response capabilities, public health improvements, an agricultural hub and upgrades to other community spaces. “Our community is literally the fastest growing in the state and we must ensure that our quality of life keeps up with that growth,” said Sen. ...Read More
About Sen. Hobbs
Senator Steve Hobbs has been a member of the Washington State Senate since 2006. In addition to representing the people of the 44th district, he is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Washington Army National Guard and proudly served in Kosovo and Iraq. In 2011, he received a Master’s of Public Administration from the University of Washington Evans School. In 1994 he earned a bachelor’s degree in political science at the University of Washington.
Read Sen. Hobbs’ full biography here.
Sen. Hobbs In The News
LAKE STEVENS — A cadre of elected officials gathered alongside an aging ...Read More
By The Seattle Times editorial board A federal court order to open ...Read More
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The House adopted a resolution celebrating Black History Month yesterday and Rep. ...Read More
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The Senate passed a bill that would add equity, diversity, inclusion and ...Read More
Three Snohomish County highway projects, worth millions of dollars and put on ...Read More
Washington State Wire: Senate passes bills on unemployment tax relief and equity training in schools
The state Senate passed bills on Wednesday related to unemployment insurance (UI) ...Read More
For the third time in state history, a measure promising to cut ...Read More
By Heidi Groover, Joseph O’Sullivan and Mike Lindblom Voters in Washington who nearly ...Read More