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King County Water District 90

Commissioner Position 2

Alvin Materi

Alvin Materi

13024 Patriot Way SE

Renton, WA 98059

(206) 940-3530

Education: Bachelor's in Business Administration, Western Washington University; Master's in Business Administration, University of Puget Sound
Occupation: Financial Analyst, Boeing Company

My family and I have lived in King County Water District #90 for 16 years and every time we have turned the water on it has been clear, clean and safe.  We need to ensure this water delivery system and safe supply for the future at affordable rates.  


As Commissioner Position #2 I will make sure the district water sources remain safe, infrastructure remains in good working order, we have long term plans for infrastructure replacement, keep rates affordable and that we are prepared for future challenges.


My 38 years of experience in Business & Accounting, long range infrastructure planning, budget management and facilities management provide the knowledge and tools to represent my neighbors and all district customers in overseeing our Water District.  Thank you for your vote.

Pete Eberle

Pete Eberle

18225 SE 147th St.

Renton, WA 98059

(425) 226-9946

Education: Graduate of Issaquah High School, Graduate of Calhoon MEBA Engineering School
Occupation: Retired Chief Engineer State of Alaska DOT Marine Highway System

I have been a near lifelong resident of unincorporated King County within the service area of Water District 90 and am very aware of the challenges that face our community. I work with several community groups that promote community engagement with local governments and service providers. I have been President of the Four Creeks Unincorporated Area Council since 2010 working with King County.


I retired from the State of Alaska Marine Highway after 31 years of service. There, I worked as Chief Engineer on the systems vessels engaged in the public transport of passengers and vehicles between Seattle and Alaska. I wrote and negotiated Labor contracts for the Union representing Engineers aboard vessels and the State of Alaska. Contract negotiations gave me insight to the costs involved with providing public services.


As a commissioner, I will work to provide the highest level of service possible while controlling rates.


Di Anne Irons

Di Anne Irons

13015 207th Ave SE

Issaquah, WA 98027

(206) 949-2917

Education: Associate of Arts Degree, Bellevue College
Occupation: Director of a veteran owned wholesale composite materials distribution business

I have lived in the Issaquah area for 30 years with my husband.  We raised 2 children here and currently enjoy having our goddaughter live with us in the South Firs neighborhood.


As a former King County Council Legislative Aide I worked on solving constituent issues; as a former public member of Washington State Hearing & Speech Board I focused on enforcing licensure qualifications.  As a current public member on the Occupational Therapy Practice Board I focus on public safety.  As Director of a small business my responsibilities include contract negotiations for composite material sold to medical, aerospace and military industries.


My emphasis for our water district is to continue supplying quality water at reasonable rates, efficient operation, and responsible management.  I will be a good steward of our financial and environmental resources, while maintaining and strengthening our infrastructure and planning for future needs. I respectfully ask for your vote.

Joe McClain

Joe McClain

14648 203rd Ave SE

Renton, WA 98059

(206) 412-8254

Education: 4 year state accredited apprenticeship program graduate
Occupation: Building Trades

As a lifelong King County resident, a 20-year member of the Building Trades and 15-year customer of Water District 90 I know the importance of maintaining and updating our infrastructure to meet current and future needs. I know that state and local government have a responsibility to the communities that they serve, to maintain a well-trained workforce which in turn provides a strong middle class.


Community Workforce Agreements are the best way to ensure Water District 90 contractors utilize Apprentice’s and community members on community projects. Apprenticeships are the best way to provide career opportunities that ensure King County maintains a strong middle class. Apprenticeships provide on the job training and career opportunities. Community Workforce Agreements provide Apprenticeship opportunities.


Through Community Workforce Agreements I will ensure Water District 90 fulfils its responsibility by putting our community to work while providing on the job training and career opportunities through Apprenticeship utilization.

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