SEATTLE – A new state government program is helping resolve disputes between manufactured homeowners and landlords and ensuring the state’s nearly 1,400 park owners continue to comply with state laws.
Attorney General Rob McKenna and Sen. Jim Kastama will explain why this new program is important during a press conference Wednesday afternoon in Seattle.
Rep. Dawn Morrell and Sen. Kastama will then join staff from the Attorney General’s Office during an evening public forum in Puyallup to kick off the statewide “Don’t Move It; Solve It” tour.
WHO: Attorney General Rob McKenna
Sen. Jim Kastama, D-Puyallup
Rep. Dawn Morrell, D-Puyallup
Manufactured Housing Dispute Resolution Program staff
- Press conference to announce the Attorney General’s new Manufactured Housing Dispute Resolution Program and kick off statewide educational campaign
- Public forum
WHEN and WHERE:
- Press Conference: 11 a.m. Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Attorney General’s Office
Bank of America Fifth Ave. Plaza Building
800 5th Ave. Suite 2000, Seattle
Silver building at the corner of 5th and Marion, across from the church. Take elevator to the 20th floor and check in at reception desk. Press conference is in the Palouse Conference room.
Attendees: AG McKenna, Sen. Kastama, AGO staff
- Public Forum: 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Puyallup Park Pavilion
330 S. Meridian, Puyallup
Attendees: Rep. Morrell, Sen. Kastama, AGO staff
WHY: The newly created Manufactured Housing Dispute Resolution Program was established by the 2007 state Legislature. The program kicks off its statewide tour to educate homeowners and landlords about their legal rights and how the Attorney General’s Office can help them resolve problems.
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Media Contact: Kristin Alexander, AGO Media Relations Manager, (206) 464-6432