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Default Storming the Parks: Catch it on TVW

http://nwstormrecoverycoalition.blog...it-on-tvw.html

Last night, the Northwest Storm Recovery Coalition held Storming the
Parks a town hall forum bringing representatives from Mount Rainier,
Olympic and North Cascades National Parks and Olympic and the Mount
Baker-Snoqualmie National Forests, together to describe the impact
from storms over the last two winters, the current state of repairs,
and how upcoming visits to public lands may be affected. Staff from
Congressman Norm Dicks' and Dave Reichert's offices, as well as
Senator Patty Murray's office also provided information on
congressional efforts to raise funding to support the repairs.

The entire event was recorded by TVW and will air Wednesday March 19th
at 7:00 pm. Check it out.

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