Joint committee meeting brings WEA members into the process


Full Room with Rembold Project Behind Websized   Three WEA committees (Transportation, Government Relations, and Land Use & Housing) came together this week to discuss Metro's affordable housing bond and Measure 102 (the constitutional amendment) associated with it.  
   The committees heard from Metro President Tom Hughes and Washington County Chairman Andy Duyck, who represents a group in opposition to the affordable housing bond.  
   Megan Wever also spoke about Measure 102.   
   All three took questions from committee members.
   After their presentations, the panelists were dismissed and committee chairs Ed Trompke, Frank Angelo, and Mimi Doukas took comments from the collective group.
   They will deliver this information to WEA's Board of Directors next week, which will help inform the Board on what position to take on the affordable housing bond and Measure 102.
   If you want to read more, check out the flyers for "Yes on Measure 102," "Yes for Affordable Housing," and "Affordability For Who?" fact sheet