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King County Local Voters' Pamphlet

November 5, 2013 General And Special Election

City, City of Enumclaw 
Council Position No. 5



Tom Mann





Education: Madison Heights Highschool, attended University of Virginia at Wise, Graduate, Anderson Area Vocational Technical School
Occupation: Conflict resolution and labor relations consultant

Statement:

Recent years have been difficult for families, workers, and businesses. As your Councilman I will prioritize things that really matter:

 

Road maintenance. Leadership has failed to implement a road maintenance program. Failing roads are barriers to economic growth and citizen mobility. I will work to develop a common sense plan for improving and maintaining streets and infrastructure.

 

Utility bills. Cost overruns, change orders, and poor management of the new sewage  plant led to utility rate increases. I will provide REAL oversight of our public utility projects.

 

Accountability. I will insist upon communication with citizens about decisions at City Hall, including restoring funding for the senior center and youth and family services.

 

I'm a long time resident of Enumclaw and a 35-year member of the Teamsters. As a union representative, I know how to serve people and address their needs. I know how to bring people together and find common solutions.



For more information:

3341 LARSEN AVE.
ENUMCLAW, WA 98022
(360) 825-0083
electtmann@gmail.com


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Juanita Carstens





Education: Central High School, Colorado-United State Air Force/Personnel Specialist- Real Estate Broker
Occupation: Retired Real Estate Owner/Broker, Enumclaw Rotary President Elect (2014/2015)

Statement:

My vision as an elected official is not to tell you what you need and are going to get, but to listen to your wants and needs and get the City to that point.

 

As an elected official it would be my duty to make tough financial decisions that promote a safe and healthy environment for you to raise your families and live in peace. It would be my job to make sure you have streets that are drivable, utilities that run efficiently and parks that are attractive and inviting. I would strive to make City policies friendly toward current and future business. Additionally, it would be my responsibility to do this in a way that doesn't increase taxes to our Citizens.

 

As your elected City Council Member I pledge to work with you towards these goals.



For more information:

1167 MCKINLEY ST
ENUMCLAW, WA 98022
(253) 569-6170
juanitasupportsenumclaw@hotmail.com


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