Retirement options to be detailed at town hall meet

PORT ANGELES — The Office of the State Treasurer in partnership with Washington State Labor Council, Economic Opportunity Institute and AARP is hosting a “Future of Retirement Security” Town Hall from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. today.

The town hall will be at the Peninsula College Student Union Building Conference Room J47 at 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles.

This event is for all members of the public who are interested in discussing the importance of securing retirement benefits and an opportunity to share ideas and hear what work is on the horizon that could ensure everyone in Washington has equitable access to long-term retirement security, according to the host, state Treasurer Mike Pellicciotti.

In addition to Pellicciotti, town hall panelists include Washington State Labor Council President April Sims, Economic Opportunity Institute Director Aaron Keating, and AARP Washington Advocacy Director Cathleen Maccaul.

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