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City of SeaTac

Council Position 2

Joel Wachtel

Joel Wachtel

PO Box 58702

Tukwila, WA 98138

(206) 403-1238

joel@joelwachtel.com

www.joelwachtel.com

Education: AS - Empire State College NY State University. Crime Stoppers Certification: Creating Safer Communities.
Occupation: Retired businessman/ entrepreneur with 45 years in business.
Statement:

Years ago my wife and I moved from New York to SeaTac. SeaTac is our home and we plan to help it thrive. I will use my 45 successful years in business to continue making SeaTac Brighter!

 

Fiscal responsibility is my top priority, by preventing revenue losses like $24 million in parking tax lost by prior councils, but corrected by the current council. This resulted in $8 million new annual revenue. I will continue in this mission.

 

As a member of the first Airport Advisory Committee I know our relationship with the Airport is vital to the well-being of our city. I will make that relationship more equitable and beneficial to city residents.

 

Effectively addressing crime is also a major priority. Citizens help stop crime when they are the eyes and ears of police.

 

Please allow me to exercise my priorities on the City Council. Vote Joel Wachtel Position #2.

Kathryn Campbell

Kathryn Campbell

19019 Int'l Blvd, PMBox 146

SeaTac, WA 98188

(206) 979-2028

Campbell4SeaTac@aol.com

Education: Bachelor of Science in Human Services. Highline High School. Attended WSU.
Occupation: Retired. SeaTac City Councilwoman, Position 2. AT&T for 21 years.
Statement:

Kathryn Campbell’s SeaTac roots go deeper than bedrock. Growing up in Riverton Heights and attending Highline Schools, she knows our community and cares deeply about it.

 

A Toastmasters State Champion, Kathryn trained in effective communication and critical listening skills. A Certified Municipal Leadership awardee, she strives to return civility, build consensus and improve our city government. Endorsed by MLKJCLC & IBT 117.

 

Advocating for our Community Garden program, she serves SeaTac on SCORE’s board, and works for restoration of the Green/Duwamish river basin. Kathryn speaks up for public safety by investing in more police patrols and improving neighborhood lighting, and worked two years on our Code Compliance Committee.

 

SeaTac belongs to all of us. Our most endorsed candidate for Position 2, Kathryn works to make SeaTac a welcoming and special place: one our grandkids will still be proud to call home.

 

Please remember to vote and reelect Kathryn Campbell.

Terry L. Farden

Terry L. Farden

4446 S 172nd St

SeaTac, WA 98188

(206) 595-2177

terrylfarden@gmail.com

Education: No information submitted
Occupation: No information submitted
Statement:

I'm the candidate in the middle. Wachtel is correct about financial responsibility, but our city is not only about money. We care about the disadvantaged among us also. Campbell on the other hand doesn't care about finances nor the people. She is not the person we thought she was when elected.

 

I have over 30 years of Public Service to the Community, including a Volunteer Firefighter, a member of King County Regional Domestic Violence Board, helped form the SeaTac Police Citizens Patrol, a current member of the Valley View Citizens Advisory Committee. I was employed by the City of SeaTac. The city has improved in recent years, however I know who the remaining dysfunctional and malignant staff members are. Campbell has been supporting the wrong ones.

 

I want us to find more money for Human Services and sustainable solutions for homelessness. Please vote Terry Farden for City Council.

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