In a video interview with Lens, Sen. Tim Sheldon (D-35) reflects on the Growth Management Act (GMA) and its impact on rural communities, including the recent Hirst decision. First elected to the state House in 1990, Sheldon is the only current state lawmaker who was in the legislature when GMA was first implemented.
Posted by Lens on Wednesday, August 9, 2017
In an interview with Lens, Sen. Tim Sheldon (D-35) reflects on the 1990 state Growth Management Act. He discusses the law’s impact on residential and economic development in rural counties and why he believes reforms are needed to it. To learn more, read our story about GMA here.