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Snohomish City Of Marysville Council Position #3

The 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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    Tom King (NP) Retired Electrician

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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?

What are other major issues facing your city or town?

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

What methods will you use to work with the mayor (if you have an elected mayor) or the city manager or administrator(if you have an chief administrator hired by the council)?

Address Same as above
Phone (425) 238-0994
Town where you live Marysville WA.
Experience (300 characters max) Past Marysville School Board member, Msvl. volunteer fireman, 26 year member Msvl. Kiwanis Club member, Msvl. Food Bank volunteer, Msvl. Strawberry Festival volunteer, & Msvl. Parks, Culture, & Recreation Board member. Also my late wife and I raised three children in Marysville.
Continued transportation improvements such as the proposed 1st Street bypass and completion of the widening of State Ave. I also support continually upgrading our road surfaces as well as existing water and sewer lines. I would also support a joint venture with our Marysville School District to improve Asbury Field which is now used for multiple community events as well as support the schools.
Work with neighboring agencies to provide temporary housing and social services to help those in need. I see this issue first hand as a volunteer at the Marysville Food Bank.
To continue to provide affordable utility rates for water, garbage, & sewage services. I volunteer for our local food bank as well as my church that provides food and other essential items for those on fixed incomes.
Tough question. As this time we need to work with the federal authorities.
1- Marysville should adopt a Regional Fire Authority with Arlington and Fire District 12 to provide well funded and staffed EMS and fire protection for our citizens well into the future. 2- Drug addiction and homelessness. 3- Transportation 4- Support of our local law enforcement agency and firefighters, I am proud to be endorsed by our Marysville Firefighters Local Union and our Marysville Police Officer's Association.
Tough question, most likely drug addiction and homelessness.
I personally know our Mayor Jon Nehring and our City Administrator Gloria Hirashima and have a good relationship with them. I have attended the city council meetings, fire commissioner meetings, etc. the last several years and have a good understanding our how our city operates.
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