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City of Bothell

Council Position 6

Davina Duerr

Davina Duerr

17410 107th Place NE

Bothell, WA 98011

(425) 219-7945

davina@davina4bothell.org

www.davina4bothell.org

Education: Bachelor of Architecture, Syracuse University
Occupation: Architect
Statement:

It’s been an honor serving the Bothell community. During the past four years I’ve worked to: make our roads and sidewalks safer, save more trees and open space during development, strengthen our police and fire services, preserve Wayne Golf Course and North Creek Forest, and incentivize affordable housing. Promoting transparency and trust is important to me. I’m dedicated to making Bothell government accessible through my regular newsletters and quarterly council conversations.

 

Having established a regional voice, an ongoing priority is keeping Bothell’s seat at the table when important decisions are being made that impact our quality of life. I will continue to fight for Bothell to get our fair share of transportation funding and transit service.

 

With thoughtful stewardship of Bothell’s financial, historic, and environmental resources, we can preserve the best of our unique character and become a more walkable, vibrant city into the future. Thank you for your vote.

Sean G. Palermo

Sean G. Palermo

20828 33rd Ave SE

Bothell, WA 98021

(425) 381-1464

Palermo4Bothell@gmail.com

Education: Bachelor's in Business Administration, Gonzaga University
Occupation: Business Development Representative, PitchBook Data
Statement:

I am a 24 year old lifelong Bothell citizen and Gonzaga University graduate with a vision for the future. My time is spent as an activist for 'Inslee for America' and 'Friends of Bernie Sanders' promoting equality, financial independence, and environmental justice.

 

I am running to make Bothell address all major issues whether it be housing costs, environmental protection, infrastructure, education, and youth athletic funding through a multi-generational lens. Different generations face substantially different issues and we need to build a council that represents that.

 

I will fight rising rent costs that steal away our ability to move up economically. I also will fight for strict environmental protection, clean energy funding, and park expansion for our city because our budget must reflect our values. Lastly, I'll protect our immigrant community from any federal overreach, because we know people are valued based on their character, not the color of their skin.

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