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Wagoner votes to support public safety and local projects included in the capital budget Wagoner votes to support public safety and local projects included in the capital budget
  Sen. Keith Wagoner, R-Sedro-Woolley, voted for the nearly $3 million dollars in local funding for non-profits and critical public safety improvements in the 39th District that are included in the capital budget. “I’m happy to vote ‘yes’ on behalf of my predecessor, Senator Kirk Pearson, who worked so hard...
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Wagoner stands up for property rights, property owners in Skagit County, votes against Hirst bill
Wagoner stands up for property rights, property owners in Skagit County, votes against Hirst bill
Calling it a “slippery slope,” senator votes against Hirst bill Saying it doesn’t do anything to help Skagit County land owners, Sen. Keith Wagoner, R-Sedro-Woolley, voted against the Democrat-sponsored Hirst bill (ESSB 6091), dealing with water rights and wells in rural areas like the 39th District. “We’re on a slippery...
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Wagoner bill aimed at housing crunch, especially along I-5 corridor
Wagoner bill aimed at housing crunch, especially along I-5 corridor
Lawmaker says property-tax reform would help families, developers across state Sen. Keith Wagoner, R-Sedro-Woolley, has introduced a bill that would let developers in cities and towns across Washington take advantage of a tax credit now available only in cities with at least 15,000 people. “It’s a tax incentive to allow...
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Senator Keith Wagoner Takes Oath in Senate Chambers
Senator Keith Wagoner Takes Oath in Senate Chambers
Senator Keith Wagoner took his oath in the Senate Chambers on January 8, 2018. Before that, he was officially sworn in Wednesday January 3, 2018 as the 39th Legislative District’s state senator. Wagoner had been mayor of Sedro-Woolley since 2015, after five years on the city council. The retired U.S. Navy...
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