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City of Duvall

Council Position 3

Amy McHenry

Amy McHenry

14208 284th PL NE

Duvall, WA 98019

(425) 516-1131

Education: Bachelor of Science in Biology; Minor in Humanities, Western Washington University
Occupation: Duvall Business Owner, BaeBae Cakes LLC

I am a committed community volunteer serving on my son’s nonprofit preschool board, the Art Docent Program and Talent Show at Stillwater Elementary and the City of Duvall’s Tree and Sensitive Area Advisory Group, working to update codes that reflect best available science and the community’s vision for Duvall.


I founded Citizens For Duvall, a grassroots group, to organize candid meetings between citizens and city officials, provide video recordings of city meetings to the public, and deliver pertinent city information directly to citizens. In listening to our community and hearing frequent concerns regarding legitimacy, accountability and transparency, I made the decision to run for City Council.


I humbly ask for your vote so I can work to increase transparency by improving the ease of access to city information and invigorate public participation. I will work toward a more responsive government, not just in communication, but results and outcomes.

Chantel Thurman

Chantel Thurman

PO Box 456

Duvall, WA 98019

(425) 791-9034

Education: Master's in Counseling Psychology, Pacifica Graduate Institute; BFA, Rhode Island School of Design
Occupation: Licensed Mental Health Counselor, small business owner, citizen advocate, parent

As the daughter of a 48-year law enforcement veteran, I grew up having public service modeled as a way of life. For over 20 years, I have worked as a counselor at community and county levels, and within the private sector. As Councilmember, I will bring skills and experience in complex problem solving, conflict resolution, negotiation, advocacy and relationship building.


My priorities for Council are to increase our city government’s capacity to engage citizens in decision-making; to empower and address the needs of Duvall’s young people; to strengthen Duvall's ‘welcoming city’ identity through celebrating and protecting diversity; and to balance development opportunities with a long-term vision that includes all our community interests. My bottom line is a quadruple bottom line - policy must make sense and work for the economy, the environment, the social fabric and our future generations.


Let’s work together for Duvall. Trabajemos juntos para Duvall.

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