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Council Position 6

Carol Baker

Carol Baker

PO Box 82091

Kenmore, WA 98028

(206) 817-0862

Education: BA, Northwest University, Kirkland, WA. Major: Organizational Management, Minor: Microsoft Systems Engineer
Occupation: Organizational Consultant

I’m running for City Council to serve the community I’ve called home for 30 years, where my husband and I raised our three children. I’m a community advocate for the vulnerable—people in transition and the elderly. Currently, I serve on the Kenmore Planning Commission, a policy advisory body to the Council.


I’ll bring to the Council experience in strategic planning, business administration, organizational structures, and systems development. I believe a team approach is the best way to foster and implement new ideas. I’ll listen to your concerns, understand your perspectives, and make our differences an asset.


Kenmore has made great strides since becoming a city and has a bright future. As your councilmember, I’ll continue the efforts to revitalize our city; improve public safety, parks, and water access; and seek traffic solutions. I’ll work to preserve and enhance a responsive, fiscally sound government.


Thank you for your vote.


Debra Srebnik

Debra Srebnik

PO Box 82892

Kenmore, WA 98028

(206) 853-2607

Education: Bachelor of Science, Psychology, University of Washington; Ph.D. Psychology, University of Vermont
Occupation: Program Manager, King County Department of Community and Human Services

As your City Councilmember, I pledge that the interests of Kenmore residents will drive my decisions. Like most, I want Kenmore to be a safe, welcoming, and financially-responsible city that is a great place to live, work, and have fun! I support focusing development in a vibrant, walkable downtown that highlights our unique businesses and strengthens our sense of community. I will continue working to enhance parks and waterfront access, while protecting views and the environment.


I grew up in Kenmore and returned to raise a family. These deep community roots have motivated me to advocate for Kenmore residents as a Kenmore Planning Commissioner, founding member of the Friends of Saint Edwards State Park and the Kenmore Waterfront Activities Center, co-chair of Kenmore’s Walkways and Waterways bond measure, and co-creator of the Kenmore Rowing Club, Waterfront Fair, and Summer Block Party.


Let’s develop Kenmore’s potential! I ask for your vote.

Bob Black

Bob Black

P.O.Box 15884

Seattle, WA 98115

(206) 527-1983

Education: Aviation Degree, United States Army; Certificate Aviation Maintenance, Everett Community College; ASE Multi Master Mechanic
Occupation: Director, Operating Engineer

It is clear Kenmore citizens want a transparent city council who responds to their concerns and the needs of the city. A council that prioritizes tax-spending, lives within its means, provides safe infrastructures, reduces traffic congestion and makes Kenmore a safe walkable and driveable city. Kenmore needs leadership that uses the resources that they have wisely and puts a halt to new and increased fees and taxes. Kenmore needs a blueprint for the future. The city council needs to develop a viable vision for the future to make Kenmore more than a bus stop between cities without destroying businesses. My top priorities are to make Kenmore a livable and vibrant community and to make the city council more transparent and fiscally responsible. I want to make our city the best it can be! It is time for change and I ask for your vote to make this happen.

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