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K4C Elected Official Town Hall - Shared screen with speaker view
Dow Constantine
33:48
I am moving over to another meeting and Mayor Pauly will be leading the Town Hall following the panel. Thanks to everyone for being here tonight!
Lara Whitely Binder
52:48
For more information on local Comprehensive Planning Processes:
Lara Whitely Binder
52:55
City of Burien: https://www.burienwa.gov/residents/burien_s_vision/comprehensive_plan
Bill Yock
53:00
What one policy change are you considering that you think can make the biggest carbon emission reduction impact? What are the challenges in getting the necessary public support for the change?
Lara Whitely Binder
53:20
City of Issaquah: https://www.issaquahwa.gov/113/Community-Planning-Development
Lara Whitely Binder
54:08
City of Redmond: https://www.redmond.gov/1427/Redmond-2050
Lara Whitely Binder
56:08
Last one...King County Comprehensive Plan: https://kingcounty.gov/depts/executive/performance-strategy-budget/regional-planning/king-county-comprehensive-plan.aspx
Rachel Brombaugh
56:44
Rachel.Brombaugh@kingcounty.gov
Morgan Torres (she/her) | King County
01:04:00
Dept. of Commerce Early Adopter Incentive: https://www.commerce.wa.gov/growing-the-economy/energy/buildings/early-adopter-incentive-program/
Katherine W. she/her
01:06:19
The Washington Strong act was our attempt at carbon bond programs. It did not make it out of committee. What passed is the Climate Commitment Act, which is intended to generate $$ via "cap and invest." Those revenues are to be spent on green infrastructure, mostly in the transportation sector.
Peter Donaldson
01:08:12
Take a look at our most recent lesson plan for developing a classroom CAP that serves the city CAP: https://eaaa328a-a3ce-4a03-b1b3-ea956e406058.filesusr.com/ugd/d1f035_fc59babe92c24d8fbf7a94debd7448f0.pdf
DEK (she/her)
01:15:18
Thank you all for caring about this issue! It's on us.