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City of Snoqualmie

Council Position 1

Bob Jeans

Bob Jeans

7606 Heather Ave SE

Snoqualmie, WA 98065

(425) 396-4427

bob.jeans@jmwsettlements.com

Education: Bachelor (History), With Honors, Linfield College, Oregon: Hasting College of Law , San Francisco, California
Occupation: Settlement Consultant, JMW Settlements, headquartered in Washington DC
Statement:

You, the people of Snoqualmie, are my neighbors, and I want to continue to serve you on our City Council. I will impartially consider all new legislative matters, including the budget, which comes before our Council. I will continue to commit an extraordinary amount of focused time and energy to participate in the city that serves you. More than anything, I will listen to you, the mayor, fellow council members, staff, business owners, and others before making decisions. For the greater good of Snoqualmie, I will work with federal, state, and county officials as appropriate, as well as our other close neighbors from North Bend, the Snoqualmie Tribe, School District, Northwest Railway Museum, and more. My passion is our city where my wife and I, our children and grandchildren, and you have chosen to live, work, play and worship.We can make the present and future better together.

Cristie Coffing

Cristie Coffing

Po box 24

Snoqualmie, wa 98065

(425) 888-2044

cristie4snoqcouncil@gmail.com

www.snoqualmie1st.com/cristie

Education: B.A. in Education; Central Washington University
Occupation: Owner Black Dog Arts Cafe; Instructor Si View Metropolitan Parks
Statement:

A vote for me is a vote for you. I am completely committed to community enrichment and involvement. As your council member, I pledge to carefully research every development issue in order to balance the social, environmental and economic impacts and to ensure infrastructure support precedes any new development. I have a passion for this community and have demonstrated my commitment to the citizens through my concentrated efforts in providing opportunities in education and the arts. I work tirelessly to create opportunities for youth development and involvement. As a council member, I will work for all members of the community. I will hear your voice.

 

Founding member of the Black Dog Arts Coalition; a non profit supporting artistic expression/education. Served on the Northwest Historic Railway Museum board and worked with at risk Snoqualmie Valley youth for fourteen years. Supports youth and their expression through The Black Dog Arts Cafe.

 

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