CASAA representative (Thad Marney) will be at the Vaporium on May 16th at 3pm to discuss the Pierce County Health Ban. If you are interested in attending the Pierce County Health Dept open Forum at 6pm, Mr. Marney may be able to help you "boil down" your points to fit in the 3 minutes per-person time frame allotted by the Health Department.
Mr. Marney will also be attending the Health Department open Forum.
Monday, May 16, 2011
Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department Auditorium
3629 South D Street
Tacoma, WA 98418
If you cannot attend, please share your voice. We need everyone to share their stories with the Health Department. Please take the time to be part of the democratic process.
Tacoma/Pierce County Officials to Contact
Dick Muri (currently opposes banning e-cigarettes indoors)
(253) 798-3308 PHONE
(253) 798-7509 FAX
Stan Flemming (currently opposes banning e-cigarettes indoors)
(253) 564-6675 PHONE
(253) 370-0283 PHONE
Pat Johnson (Mayor of City of Buckley)
(360) 829 – 1921 PHONE
(360) 829 – 2629 FAX
Pat McCarthy (Pierce County Executive)
(253) 798-6602 PHONE
(253) 798-6628 FAX
(253) 594 - 7848 PHONE
(253) 396 – 0265 PHONE
(253) 591-5123 FAX
Rebecca Sullivan, MD
(253) 848 - 6661 PHONE
(253) 841 – 1483 PHONE
(253) 798 - 7627 FAX
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CASAA-Consumer Advocates for Smoke-free Alternatives Association sends letter to Pierce County Health Department stating "Proposed Ordinance Would do More Harm to public health than Good".