GORDON THOMAS HONEYWELL GOV AFFAIRS* - January, 2018

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PO Box 1677
1201 Pacific Ave Ste 2100
Tacoma, WA 98401
United States

Phone:
(253) 620-6639
Filed: February 14, 2018 - 2:00 pm
Amended: March 14, 2018 - 2:30 pm

Personal Expenses

Personal expenses reimbursed by employer.
EmployerAmount
GORDON THOMAS HONEYWELL GOV AFFAIRS*22.99
GORDON THOMAS HONEYWELL GOV AFFAIRS*2073.76
NW ENERGY EFFICIENCY CNCL16.00
Sum of all personal expenses not reimbursed by employer.

$2112.75

Compensation

Detailed compensation by employer.
EmployerAmount
YAKIMA CO4250.00
WA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSN3000.00
WA ASSN OF WHEAT GROWERS4250.00
TOTAL WINE & MORE3750.00
THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC, INC.0.00
Tacoma Public Utilities7700.00
STACS DNA Inc500.00
SSMCP2500.00
SAP PUBLIC SERVICES INC5000.00
RELX INC5250.00
PIERCE TRANSIT4500.00
NW ENERGY EFFICIENCY CNCL4000.00
NoaNet3000.00
GOODWILL OF THE OLYMPICS & RAINIER REGION3100.00
FEDEX6500.00
COWLITZ PUD3750.00
CITY OF TACOMA7175.00
CITY OF SPOKANE VALLEY4583.33
CITY OF SEATAC2800.00
CITY OF PORT ORCHARD3750.00
CITY OF MOUNTLAKE TERRACE4000.00
City of Lynden3000.00
CITY OF LAKEWOOD4720.83
CITY OF LAKE FOREST PARK2700.00
CITY OF KENMORE3900.00
CITY OF KELSO3000.00
CITY OF GIG HARBOR3333.33
CITY OF COVINGTON2500.00
CITY OF BELLEVUE5500.00
Cerner Corporation5000.00
Cascade Water Alliance7000.00
CARMAX AUTO SUPERSTORES, INC4000.00
Benton County Commissioners2500.00
Redflex Traffic Systems, Inc.2500.00
City of Blaine3000.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE SERVICES INC6000.00
Motorola Solutions Inc5500.00
City Of Othello3000.00
City of Chelan3000.00
HIGHLINE COLLEGE3000.00
SNOHOMISH CO7583.33
CITY OF LONGVIEW3000.00
CITY OF PASCO4583.33
FIRST Washington5000.00
Lewis County PUD3750.00
Payments to sub-contracted lobbyists.
Sub contract Amount
Opportunity Solutions Project (OYSTER BAY PUBLIC AFFAIRS*) 3500.00

Entertainment

Itemized entertainment expenses.
DateDescriptionPlaceCostType of OccasionParticipant ListingEmployer
Wednesday, January 24, 2018AWC - East King County Legislative DinnerMercato's in Olympia52.50Entertainmentsee attached and below: The legislators that came and took care of their own food/drinks bill were Reps. Senn, Kloba, Clibborn. Sen. Wellman attended briefly but didn’t eat – same for Lt. Governor Habib. We paid food/drinks for Reps. Springer, McBride, Goodman; Libby Hollingshead of the Lt. Governor’s Office; and the intern for Sen. Dhingra. For those five (5) the total came to $210 ($180.38 for food and drinks; $29.62 for tip). GORDON THOMAS HONEYWELL GOV AFFAIRS*
Monday, January 8, 2018First Day of Session Open House1500 Water St #2 Olympia, WA 98504389.48ReceptionALL legislators were invited. The following attended: Senator Honeyford Rep Ryu Sen Takko Rep Nealey Rep Hargrove Sen Palumbo Sen Wagoner Rep Kilduff Sen Padden Rep Jenkin Rep Dye Sen Angel Rep Steele Sen Conway Rep Van Werven Sen Keiser Rep Buys Rep Valdez Rep Kraft Sen Schoesler Rep Doglio Rep Kloba Rep Frame Sen Darneille Rep Muri Rep Lovick Rep Fey Rep McCabe GORDON THOMAS HONEYWELL GOV AFFAIRS*
Optional participant list attachment(s).
AttachmentSize
File 2018 AWC Dinner Attendees List 01 24 18.docx15.19 KB
Non-itemized entertainment expenses.

No non-itemized entertainment expenses reported for January, 2018

Contributions

Reporting of all monetary and in-kind contributions made by the lobbyist or transmitted by the lobbyist on behalf of the lobbyist's client, PACs or other contributors.
Itemized contributions by employer.

No itemized contributions by employer reported for January, 2018

Itemized contributions by employer's PAC.

No itemized contributions by employer's PAC reported for January, 2018

Other itemized contributions.
To whomName of ContributorAmountDate
Senator TakkoBriahna Murray119.52Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Non-itemized contributions by employer.

No non-itemized contributions by employer reported for January, 2018

Total of all other non-itemized contributions.

119.52

PAC contribution activity

Reporting of PAC contribution activity for contributions not made by or transmitted by the lobbyist. This section only indicates that the lobbyist was aware of the contribution activity but did not take part and is not reporting any dollar amounts.
PAC contributions not transmitted by lobbyist.

No PAC contribution activity reported for January, 2018

Advertising

Itemized reporting of expenses for advertising, printing, informational literature.
Advertising.

No advertising expenses reported for January, 2018

Political ads

Itemized reporting of expenses for political ads, public relations, polling, telemarketing, etc.
Political ads.

No political advertising expenses reported for January, 2018

Other lobbying expenses

Payments by the Lobbyist for other lobbying expenses and services, including payments to subcontract lobbyists, expert witnesses and others retained to provide lobbying services or assistance in lobbying and payments for grass-roots lobbying campaigns.
Detailed expenses.

No other lobbying expenses reported for January, 2018

Lobbying activities

All subject areas lobbied for each employer and time spent lobbying.
Subject area(s) lobbied.
EmployerSubject Matter of Proposed LegislationIssue or bill numberPersons, Legislative committee or State Agency considering the matter
SAP PUBLIC SERVICES INCTechnologytechnologylegislature
STACS DNA IncState governmentDNA issueslegislature
Cerner CorporationTechnologytechnologylegislature
Cascade Water AllianceEnvironmental Affairs - natural resources - parksWater/Infrastructure fundinglegislature
NoaNetTechnologyBroadband service to rural and underserved communitieslegislature
COWLITZ PUDEnergy and utilitiesenergy and climate changelegislature
TOTAL WINE & MOREBusiness and consumer affairsretail liquor saleslegislature
FEDEXTransportationBusiness/Transportation/labor/climatelegislature
PIERCE TRANSITTransportationTransit/land use/OPMA/nonER medical transportationlegislature
RELX INCHuman servicespublic records act legislature
WA ASSN OF WHEAT GROWERSAgricultureagriculture, climate change, water policy, fiscallegislature
Tacoma Public UtilitiesEnergy and utilitiesenergy independence act, climate change, public works trust, public records, telecommunications, rewewable energy systems, water, utility, transportation, recreational access to landlegislature
NW ENERGY EFFICIENCY CNCLEnergy and utilitiesHB 1458 - electric energy performance baselines HB 1963 - electric utility meter-based performance programs SB 5453 - school contruction assistance energy efficiency, meter based incentives, capital budget iteams, energy efficiency performance baselineslegislature
WA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSNFiscaleconomic development, operating budget items, associate development organizationslegislature
CARMAX AUTO SUPERSTORES, INCBusiness and consumer affairscar dealership, operating budget itemslegislature
CITY OF TACOMALocal governmentbusiness licenses, transportation, land use, traffic enforcment, local law enforcement, budget, public safety, affordable housinglegislature
CITY OF LAKEWOODLocal governmenttransportation, coummunity policing, fiscal health, capital budget requests, municipal court, land transferslegislature
CITY OF KENMORELocal governmentfunding for 522, capital budget requests, affordable housing, DOE - ecology fundinglegislature
CITY OF SPOKANE VALLEYLocal governmentsenate bill 5005 capital budget requests, code enforcement, fiscal health, transportation budget requestslegislature
CITY OF GIG HARBORLocal governmenttransportation funding, recreation grant funding, fiscal health, hospital benefit zone legislation, fiscal healthlegislature
CITY OF PORT ORCHARDLocal governmentbudget requests, public records actlegislature
YAKIMA COLocal governmentlocal law enforcement, budget requests, land use, tribal, human services, fiscallegislature
CITY OF MOUNTLAKE TERRACELocal governmentSenate Bill 5676 budget requests, transportation fundinglegislature
CITY OF SEATACLocal governmentbudget requests, transportation funding, lodging tax revenueslegislature
CITY OF COVINGTONLocal governmenthigher education, transportation funding, park funding, liquor revenueslegislature
CITY OF KELSOLocal governmentSenate Bill 5676 capital funding, transportation funding, indigent defenselegislature
CITY OF BELLEVUELocal governmenttaxation, business license, transportation, land use, traffic enforcement, local law enforcement, budget, public safety, affordable housinglegislature
CITY OF LAKE FOREST PARKLocal governmentfunding local culverts, transportation, environmentlegislature
GOODWILL OF THE OLYMPICS & RAINIER REGIONBusiness and consumer affairsretail theft, minimum wage, curbside recyling, donation bin regulations, workers comp and union law changes, iussues impacting nonprofitslegislature
City of LyndenLocal governmentwater, agriculture, transportation, creek restorationlegislature
SSMCPLocal governmentland use and transportationlegislature
Benton County CommissionersLocal governmentlocal law enforcement, budget requests, land use, tribal, human services, fiscallegislature
CITY OF PASCOTransportationHouse Bill 1321, Senate Bill 5243fiscal health, capital budget, public records, land use/annexation, other local government issues
Redflex Traffic Systems, Inc.TransportationAutomated safety traffic cameraslegislature
City of BlaineLocal governmentlocallegislature
UNITED HEALTHCARE SERVICES INCHealth Carehealthcarelegislature
City Of OthelloLocal governmentfiscal, local, energy, utility,otherlegislature
City of ChelanLocal governmentfiscal, local, energy, utility,otherlegislature
HIGHLINE COLLEGEFinancial institutions and insuranceCommunity Collegelegislature
SNOHOMISH COState governmentcountylegislature
Opportunity Solutions ProjectState governmentSB 5991 HB 2455Senate State Government, Tribal Relations & Elections and House State Government, Elections & Information Technology
CITY OF LONGVIEWState governmentCity issueslegislature
FIRST WashingtonEducationoperating budgetlegislature
Lewis County PUDEnergy and utilitiesenergy and climate changelegislature
Motorola Solutions IncTechnologybroadbandlegislature
Percent of time spent lobbying the legislature.

80.00%

Percent of time spent lobbying state agencies.

20.00%