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Commissioner Position 1

Trudy C. Rolla

Trudy C. Rolla

19521 67 Ave NE

Kenmore, WA 98028

(425) 481-5971

Education: Bachelor of Science Environmental Health, University of Washington; MBA, University of Puget Sound
Occupation: Retired (Environmental Health Specialist, Public Health Seattle & King County)

You should expect safe and reliable drinking water and sewage disposal provided in an efficient, skilled and cost-effective way. Protecting the public health and meeting the growing needs of this area are challenges for the District.


I am proud to have been able to help ensure these goals since 1996. My professional expertise helps guide the District in areas such as: Emergency Preparedness; Fats/Oils/Grease program; Community Outreach; Performance and Evaluation; Comprehensive Plans; fair wages and rate setting.


I also represent NUD on regional committees: Seattle Public Utilities Water System Operating Board; Wastewater Utility committee (MWPAAC); and Public Health – Seattle & King County On-site Sewage Plan and Program update committee.


I will use my knowledge in public health and management to help NUD meet the demands of this growing community, while ensuring that you have safe drinking water and a reliable sewage system.

Chris Kuehn

Chris Kuehn

10104 NE 125th Dr #2

Kirkland, WA 98034

(425) 770-6024

Education: BS Microbiology, University of Washington; Master of Biology, Illinois Institute of Technology; Project Management Professional
Occupation: Sr. Project Manager, Infectious Disease Research Institute

Chris has lived with his family in the area and worked in the local Life Sciences industry for over two decades. His background in microbiology fuels his passion for safe, clean, affordable water and responsible stewardship of natural and ratepayer resources. Chris has previously served as president of the Sno-King Water District Coalition advocating for local utility issues in Olympia. He was also active with the Washington Association of Sewer and Water Districts.

Chris believes that here in Western Washington we have the best water and natural resources in the country. We can only maintain these resources by active and responsible stewardship of the environment and our ratepayers money. It is more important than ever that we invest in long-term infrastructure to ensure that future generations are able to enjoy safe, clean, and affordable drinking water. Thank you for your vote.

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