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Si View Metropolitan Park District

Commissioner Position No. 1

Tim Noonan

Tim Noonan

3183 NE 81ST ST.


(425) 219-8002

Education: GRCC, Business Management, Meadowbrook Farm Park Preserve, Board Member
Occupation: Retired IBEW Local 77 Electrician

In the 1990's, I learned of a proposed development between North Bend and Snoqualmie, and began the process of buying Meadowbrook Farm into public ownership, serving on that park board for many years, maintaining the organic status of the park and improving the wildlife corridors. I'm seen working there with my old blue truck.


60% of the MPD is unincorporated, including my home. I will represent your values and will, making certain that the MPD goals match the community desires and pocket book. A pool? Of course. We need a facility for residents to learn to swim. A $25+million aquatic center? Likely not. A larger carbon foot print should be rejected.


The health of our children, pets, and abundant wildlife that share our parks demands sound environmental practices. As a steward of the community and of the land, I ask for your vote to join the MPD Board of Commissioners.

Mark S. Leen

Mark S. Leen



(206) 225-7117


Education: J.D., Harvard Law School; M.Ed., University of Notre Dame; B.A., University of Notre Dame
Occupation: Attorney focusing on Real Property and Commercial Disputes and Trademarks

I am privileged to live within the natural beauty of the Snoqualmie Valley.  My wife, four school-aged children, Labrador Retriever, and I enjoy the area’s many outdoor activities.


We need safe playgrounds and trails, natural open spaces, well-maintained fields for organized sports, swim lessons, farmers’ markets, camps and classes, and other opportunities to enhance the quality of life of our community.  I support expanding open spaces and trails and developing a new aquatic center.  Drowning is the second leading cause of death for children ages 5-14.  Every child should have the opportunity to learn to swim (adults, too!).  A new aquatic center means access and programming that will save lives, but it must be built on time and on budget.


As your Park Commissioner, I will be dedicated to preserving the area’s beauty, increasing recreation access, and ensuring accountability and transparency.  I ask for your vote.

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