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I've seen the inside of Kenmore politics and I think we can do better. I've walked out of two City Council meetings in public spectacle but never gave up hope in the process.
I am supporting Ken Smith for NSD [Northshore School District] school board because he is smart, honest, listens and wants our district to succeed.
One in 50 - those are roughly the odds that a ballot returned to King County Elections will not be counted.
Hello all. I , Leigh Henderson owner of Alexa's Cafe on Main Street want to publicly endorse three candidates for our Bothell City Council race.
If the world was blind, how many people would you impress? Sometimes I did wish everyone in the world was blind. I know what you all are thinking. “Why in the world would you want everyone to be blind?”
Having read some of the negative letters that have been published here, I feel I must tell what I know of Ken Smith, Northshore school board candidate. I believe your readers deserve to know more about my experience with his clear devotion to serving our community's kids and their families.
If you thought Roz Gorc is against insiders and good-ol' boy politics, note that the “insider” she opposes has voted against the lavish city hall, voted again relaxation of important environmental protections, and voted against packing the Bothell Planning Commission with developers. Rather Roz Gorc is asking you to add her to the insider good ol boy developer city council majority.
With the upcoming Northshore School District (NSD) school board elections, I feel compelled to advocate for change. I've seen, first hand, the damage that has occurred because of the 'challenge' program that went into effect at our junior high schools several years ago.
The true troubling history is with the current majority on City Council and their deep ties to the Master Builders Association Political Action Committee (aka the "Affordable Housing Council") who have made substantial contributions to the Ottersburg, Gorc, Freed, Evans, Spivey and Lamb campaigns.
In the Seattle Times article (7/17/15) James McNeal’s opponent criticized him for opposing the city’s so-called “Parks and Public Spaces” bond levy last November, claiming that its failure to pass “crippled the city’s ability to buy open space.”
The race for Bothell City Council is about one thing and one thing only - land development in Bothell and who makes the most money off of it.
The commitment and quality of Northshore’s teachers is why Northshore is one of the top school districts in our state. Northshore’s teachers want to keep Northshore a great place to raise our families. We encourage you to vote for John Hammond and David Cogan for the Northshore School Board. They will be strong advocates for our community and schools.
I am concerned that she is the developer candidate for City Council. Ms. Gorc is endorsed by the Master Builder’s Association.
According to the Department of Transportation, 11 teen drivers die everyday due to distracted driving.
Ken Smith is at it again. In 2013, ran for Kenmore City Council, and lost.
I am a Kenmore and Northshore resident and was surprised to see that Ken Smith is running for public office again.
It can be quite revealing to see who is supporting the candidates for Bothell City Council through cash donations.
Imagine walking down the street in broad daylight and having a constant fear that someone is going to stop you and do horrific things to you just because of your gender.
Each year, families rely on Boys & Girls Clubs to provide a safe, positive place for more than 17,000 King County kids. We believe in their physical, emotional, and intellectual well-being. Closing the opportunity gap, improving grades, reducing high school drop-out rates, and teaching kids to see themselves as learners is crucial. Our programs also reduce juvenile crime rates and instill an attitude of community engagement. Best Starts for Kids, King County Proposition 1, is a critical tool to support these goals.
The Northshore School District is fortunate to have John Hammond running for School Board, position No. 2.