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City of Kenmore

Council Position 2

Suzanne Greathouse

Suzanne Greathouse

6830 NE Bothell Way STE C- 401

Kenmore, WA 98028

(206) 465-8833

Education: MS English WWU; BS Data Processing Griffin College; BA Education/English UW
Occupation: Former educator & business owner. Currently IT Director for AT&T

Proven Leader, Innovator, Successful Business Woman


I am excited by Kenmore’s transformation and am running to lend my leadership experience and skills to this positive momentum. My goal is to enhance waterfront access, build sidewalks and improve transportation safety. I want to help create a safe, healthy environment for our families.


Kenmore attracts new, and promotes existing businesses which serve local residents and grow our economy. I support a vibrant, walkable downtown that welcomes new businesses while retaining our ‘hometown’ feel. As a former business owner, I will focus on affordability and sustainable budgets.


Kenmore’s unique location can leverage innovative opportunities for long term smart growth. Whether you envision connecting with nature, working at a lakeside high tech hub, or living in affordable eco-friendly housing, I will work to ensure your voice is heard. Together we can build the future we imagine.


Thank you for your support and your vote!

Joe Marshall

Joe Marshall

6210 NE 198th Street

Kenmore, Wa 98028

(206) 793-2227

Education: Inglemoor '87; B.A. U.W. '91; M.F.A. Cornell '95; J.D. U.W. '99.
Occupation: Attorney, 17 years, municipal and real estate law; criminal defense.

Joe will stand up for Kenmore – together we can grow smart and grow with heart. Joe grew up here, is raising his family here and as your councilmember, he’ll work with all perspectives to help disadvantaged residents and create jobs.


Community roots: former President of Northshore Rotary, former Board Member of Cascadia Community College Foundation, longtime parks advocate. An attorney, Joe has represented Northshore Fire District and Utility District. Joe will:


Support public safety, work to reduce traffic and build more sidewalks to safeguard lives, change infrastructure to relieve congestion,


Safeguard parks, open space and woods; keep Kenmore green and active, protect shorelines, and enhance recreation including a public pool for all our children,


Promote public input and improve accountability, promote transparency and equity for all.


Proudly endorsed by Kenmore Councilmember Nigel Herbig; State Rep. Gerry Pollet, former State Rep. Jessyn Farrell; Richard Ramsey, Rebecca Hirt; 46th District Democrats.

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