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Councilmember Sawant Invites Public to Third Annual People’s Budget Town Hall this Evening: Let’s Build 1,000 Affordable Homes

Highlighting the need for an alternative to business-as-usual budgets, Councilmember Kshama Sawant will host the third annual People’s Budget Town Hall this evening. Activists will call for the $160 million previously allocated for the North Precinct project to be used to build 1,000 affordable homes for low-income Seattleites instead.

Speakers will present specific recommendations both for this year’s budget, and for a fundamental alternative to a City budget that fails, year after year, to address the most basic needs of Seattleites, especially women and people of color.

Members of the public will also have the opportunity to provide testimony and share what they require from the City budget.

WHAT:
People’s Budget Town Hall

WHERE:
Seattle City Hall
Council Chambers, Second Floor
600 4th Ave., Seattle 98104

WHEN:
Tuesday, October 18
6:00 p.m.

WHO:

Councilmember Kshama Sawant
Sheley Secrest, Seattle King County NAACP
Michael Ramos, The Church Council of Greater Seattle
Kailyn Nicholson, Socialist Alternative
Paula Lukazcek, Washington Federation of State Employees Local 1488
Tatiyana Hampton, Nickelsville Tiny House Village
Hana Aličić, Tenants Union of Washington State
Public

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