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Image Robin Koskey  Robin Koskey will be the new lead for government relations and communications at the Puget Sound Regional Council.  “I’m so pleased to share that Robin will be joining our team at PSRC. Her leadership in government…
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More than a quarter of a million households in the region are comprised of people from different racial or ethnic groups. PSRC researched multiracial/ethnic households for the latest Puget Sound Trend. Although multiracial/ethnic households make up 16% of the region’s total,…
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On March 24, the Executive Board will welcome legislative leadership to discuss Move Ahead Washington, the new state transportation package.   The board will also review the public comments received on the draft Regional Transportation Plan and discuss potential amendments to…
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate effect on the arts and culture industry, especially due to the importance of in-person events to their revenue streams. As a result, PSRC is managing a consultant-led project to assist in economic recovery and resiliency for the…
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It’s harder than ever for people in the region to find and keep a home they can afford. The complexity of addressing the full range of housing needs and challenges requires a coordinated approach and action from cities, counties, residents, businesses, and other agencies and…
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The Tulalip Tribes have developed a unique and robust approach to dealing with climate change and its impacts. Since time immemorial, the Tulalip Tribes have adapted to changes that have affected their way of life. Seeing what’s on the horizon in terms of climate, the Tribe set…
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The U.S. Department of Transportation has announced the availability of $1.5 billion in funding via the Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) discretionary grant program. "The RAISE program helps communities large and small fix and modernize…
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On March 10, the Transportation Policy Board will review the comments received on the draft Regional Transportation Plan and discuss potential revisions to the final plan based on this feedback.   The board will also recommend projects for two of PSRC’s funding programs:  the…
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About $1.5 billion in funding will be available through the Environmental Protection Agency's Brownfields Program over the next 5 years thanks to the new Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.  The EPA Brownfields Program delivers technical assistance to communities, states, tribes and…
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Snohomish County Councilmember Megan Dunn has been appointed Vice Chair of the Growth Management Policy Board. Councilmember Dunn has a 20-year record of being active in her community, serving on the Everett Human Needs Commission and Everett Planning Commission before being…