District 2 News

2/15/2018Sustainable Cinema presents Chisholm '72 - Unbought & Unbossed

Thursday, February 22, 6:30 p.m.

The nation's first African-American congresswoman, Shirley Chisholm launched a campaign for the United States presidency in 1972. See how she won an impressive amount of support, given the era.

Dragonfly Cinema
822 Bay St. Port Orchard
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1/22/2018Sustainable Cinema presents On the Edge: Family Homelessness in America

​Thursday, January 25, 6:30 p.m.

Dragonfly Cinema
822 Bay St. Port Orchard
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The accounts of seven women who lost their housing for a variety of reasons, gives a snapshot of the connections between poverty, housing, social problems, family crises, and gender-related injustices. The film reveals their vulnerability and the difficult journey to recover.




1/12/2018State Route 16 Congestion Study

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is working with stakeholders, including Kitsap County, to examine traffic congestion and future improvements along State Route 16. The project reviews current traffic patterns and congestion points from State Route 3 to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, and will recommend future improvements and solutions. Local residents' opinions were sought through a survey, and two open houses were held late last year. Final recommendations are expected in March.

For more information on the project, and to see the results of the survey and open houses, visit www.sr16congestionstudy.com.  

12/20/2017Sustainable Cinema presents Wasted! A Food Waste Story.

8/9/2017Growing Aerospace Opportunities

As a board member for the Kitsap Aerospace and Defense Alliance (KADA), Commissioner Garrido promotes good, well-paying jobs for Kitsap residents by encouraging aerospace and defense firms to Kitsap County. In June, Commissioner Garrido travelled to the Paris Air Show in France, along with three other KADA representatives, to market Kitsap County as an employment center for aerospace and defense companies. Kitsap's skilled workforce, close proximity to military bases and other manufacturing companies and available land are strong selling points for companies seeking to relocate or expand. A delegation of 63 participants representing Washington state aviation business interests and elected officials joined 2,300 exhibitors from 48 countries in Le Bourget, France for the event, which is the world's largest air show.

Prior to the Air Show, some of the group also travelled to Toulouse, in Southern France, as part of the Pre-Show Business Meeting, to meet with members of the French-American Chamber of Commerce, tour the Airbus assembly plant, and participate in panel discussions and forums about challenges to the aerospace industry.