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City of Duvall

Council Position 2

Matthew Eyer

Matthew Eyer

26523 Ne Bird St

Duvall, WA 98019

(425) 503-6835

Education: BS Washington State University
Occupation: Utility Supervisor

I have 13 years experience working professionally in government and I have called Duvall home for the past 25 years. I graduated from Cedarcrest where I met my wonderful wife Sarah.  After living in Seattle just long enough to appreciate Duvall, we returned in 2011 to raise our two kids. 


Over the last two years I have represented Duvall citizens by advocating to improve accountability, hold down costs and questioning the status-quo. This effort has strengthened the Council and the voice of citizens. I successfully pushed to increase school impact fees paid by developers because growth should pay for growth. I also blocked a utility tax increase. I currently do not support new annexations because our community deserves to know the full impacts of old promises. If reelected I will continue to bring my experience and pragmatic approach to our government.  I would be honored to have your vote again.



William Chappell

William Chappell

14715 First Lane NE, Unit 101

Duvall, WA 98019

(503) 358-9567

Education: Bachelor's of Arts, Speech Communication, Walla Walla College; MBA, Capella University; DrPH candidate, Capella University
Occupation: Hospital Development Manager, Incyte Diagnostics

Calling Bingo at the elementary school, volunteering with Rotary, REF, Art Center, and Sno-Valley Comm Auctions, or even helping Sandy Duvall move and set up her giant stage. I love being part of this community. Whether Mallomars, or rural giraffe sightings, or laughing at a Tony Gill Facebook post, these are the things that make our community unique and beautiful. Duvall deserves a city council that respects and reflects our rural country charm.


I will collaborate for sustainable and measured urban growth while respecting our common vision for community and respecting property rights of individuals; Sanity in the budgeting process with specific thought going to the cost of maintenance and projected cost of replacement; Identification of upcoming needs such as liquidating unused or underutilized properties and building a true City Hall; and a strong and meaningful relationship between city government and community organizations to leverage maximum benefit for our neighbors.

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