Kenmore council candidates forum set for Thursday at Bastyr

  • Tuesday, September 19, 2017 11:07am
  • News

A candidates forum for Kenmore City Council is set for 6-8 p.m. on Thursday at Bastyr University in Kenmore.

The non-partisan event is free and will be presented by the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce. Candidates running for election are invited to communicate their stances regarding issues that affect the Kenmore community and their qualifications and experience for the positions they seek to hold. This is an opportunity for the public to get to know candidates.

The event will be videotaped and will be available for viewing at the chamber website within several days of the event.


City Council Position 2

  • Suzanne Greathouse
  • Joe Marshall

City Council Position 4

  • Nigel Herbig
  • Patrick O’Brien

City Council Position 6

  • Carol Baker
  • Debra Srebnik

The event will be moderated by Dr. Eric Murray, president of Cascadia College.

Candidates will be given an opportunity to provide a brief opening and closing statement, as well as equal time to respond to specific questions.

Questions have been prepared in advance, will be presented by the moderator and will not be shared with anyone prior to the event. Organizers will strive to cover as many topics and questions as possible but cannot guarantee that all topics and questions can be addressed during the limited time.

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