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City of Enumclaw

Council Position 7

Hoke Overland

Hoke Overland

3210 Garfield St

Enumclaw, WA 98022

(253) 740-0288

hokeoverland@msn.com

www.votehoke.com

Education: University of Washington Paramedic----------------------Attended Green River Community College – Business---------------
Occupation: Chief of Operations King County Medic One (37 years) Retired
Statement:

I have served the citizens of Enumclaw, on council, for the last four years and have fulfilled my campaign promises: Our streets are being repaired, Expo is adding economic vitality, I proposed our new Economic Development Committee, was instrumental in getting our tourism website launched and have worked to fill empty downtown storefronts.
 

My Priorities: 1.Law enforcement (drugs/crime)  2.Create a vibrant downtown  3.Parks/trails
 

I will remain against annexing Osceola; annexations create more subdivisions and traffic. I will work to maintain our small-town charm while improving the quality of life for families and seniors.


My children attended Enumclaw K-12 and I have served on multiple Enumclaw organizations. I’m a fiscal conservative who uses common sense and have budget and leadership skills.
 

Join me in adding fiscal responsibility and increased public safety by electing: Jan Molinaro (Mayor), Steve Cadematori (Council).


We live in an outstanding community. Let’s continue our progress! Thank you

Jean Hoiland

Jean Hoiland

2809 Roosevelt Ave

Enumclaw, WA 98022

(253) 797-0125

jeanhoiland2017@gmail.com

Education: Bachelor's in Business Management, Western Governors University
Occupation: Small Business Owner
Statement:

As a third generation resident I have deep roots in Enumclaw.

 

My grandfather was a local farmer and board member of the Enumclaw Creamery. My dad was a real estate broker most fondly remembered for growing tomatoes.  They both instilled a strong sense of value in protecting our rural areas from unsustainable growth and development.

 

With more people relocating for the open spaces and charm Enumclaw offers it’s important to maintain our small town character.  Instead of trying to reverse the Farmland Preservation Program of the 80’s we should focus on helping our local farmers bring more Agri-Tourism to Enumclaw.

 

While Enumclaw will never be the small rural town I grew up in, I’d like to work to protect what we have left and make sure our kids and grandkids get to see and experience the farms, forest, rivers and lakes I got to enjoy in my childhood.

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