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Snohomish CITY OF SNOHOMISH COUNCIL-AT-LARGE POSITION #6

Term: 4 yearsSalary: $6,156The City Council is the legislative body for the City. The Council adopts local laws (ordinances) to secure the safety and assist the well-being of the city residents, the city's physical environment and amenities, and the city economy. The Council is responsible for approving financial expenditures and adopting the city budget as well as establishing policies and regulations in order to guide the city's future. The elected mayor serves as chief administrative officer for the city
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    Larry Countryman (NP) Artist, Bed & Breakfast Owner, Builder

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    Eric Reyes (NP) Senior Account Executive

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What are the issues surrounding your city/town's infrastucture?

How do you think your city/town could best respond to homelessness?

What is your commitment to senior citizens?

How do you think your city/town should approach legal and illegal immigration issues?

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Of those listed above, which one is the most urgent?

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Phone (425) 268-4904
Email sandy@countrymanbandb.com
Town where you live Snohomish
Experience (300 characters max) 12 years elected to the City Council, volunteer at the Visitor Center, Bed & Breakfast Owner in Snohomish for 33 years.
We need to research Snohomish water and waste water to make it more cost effective. Make sure that there are sidewalks on at least one side of street in the city of Snohomish. Solve the parking issues for the Historic Downtown.
Setting up a triage department with help of the Sheriff's Department to direct the needs of the homelessness.
Make sure that the Senior citizens are included in the preservation the history of Snohomish.
We must make sure to we remain a open City for legal immigration.
The high cost of living here. The future cost of utilities in Snohomish. Need more Motels and Bed & Breakfasts for places to stay overnight. Making sure the City is more open and responsive to the needs of the people in Snohomish.
Making sure the City is more open and responsive to the needs of the people in Snohomish.
Making sure all meeting are open and are transparent.
Phone (425) 210-5023
Email EricReyes425@gmail.com
Experience (300 characters max) Everett Community College ASB Student Senator.
Historic Restoration vs. New Construction Projects like the restoration of the Carnegie Building and the demolition of the Hal Moe Pool are symbolic of the tough choices facing this city in the near future, due to aging buildings and progressive citizens.
The best way to respond to homelessness is to help people learn and develop skills that will prevent them from being homeless.
The city is in good hands moving into the future. We will protect the history of Snohomish as well as update it with technology that will keep it competitive with surrounding cities.
As the son of a Filipino mother and a Mexican father, I truly believe in the lawful immigration of people looking for a better life for their family. I came to Snohomish looking for the same thing for my son. The city should embrace diversity and reject illegal activity of any kind, as decided by the people of Snohomish.
Transparency/Trust with the current City Council Transitioning to a Strong Mayor System Growth of the county and city in the next several years
The most urgent matter, would be restoring the public's trust in their representatives and their government. That they will do what is best for the city, and not just a small group of people who could profit from it.
Recognition, Respect, Roles, Relationships, Reward, Results.

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