Washington Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jay Inslee will lead a stroll through Burien with local politicians and business leaders this coming Tuesday, Sept. 27th.
The walk will start at Burien City Hall at 11:30 a.m., then for the next hour Jay, along with Mayor Joan McGilton, Deputy Mayor Brian Bennett, Mauricio Ayon of Para Los Niños, and yes, even B-Town Blog Publisher/Editor Scott Schaefer, will walk and talk about issues important to Burien and its future, challenges the community has overcome, and ones still ahead.
The walk will proceed west on SW 152nd Street, and will end at 909 Coffee & Wine in Olde Burien at about 12:30 p.m.
The goal of the visit is “to listen and share ideas from hearing what is the most important issues from the community as a whole,” according to a press release.
Inslee will face State Attorney General Rob Mckenna, a Republican, for the Washington Governor’s race, to be decided on Nov. 6, 2012.