Representatives from the City of Monroe visited the State Capitol on Feb. 8 to discuss city issues. The group met with 12th District State Senator Brad Hawkins as part of the Association of Washington Cities advocacy efforts.
Sen. Hawkins said, “I had a great discussion with the council and staff on a variety of issues, including city efforts towards the updated municipal campus, community mental health supports, and the State Route 522 project. It’s always great to connect with Monroe officials on issues. I really enjoy visiting with them. We have a strong connection and helpful communications. It’s a great partnership.”