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City of North Bend

Council Position 7

Mary Miller

Mary Miller

151 W. 6th Street

North Bend, WA 98045

(425) 941-5597

mjm2014mjm2014@outlook.com

Education: Bachelor of Arts, Telecommunications, Michigan State University
Occupation: Photographer
Statement:

I have lived and been an active part of North Bend for 27 years, raising two wonderful children.  I am a longtime freelance photographer and also work in Construction, giving me a thorough understanding of infrastructure.

 

I am a  North Bend Planning Commissioner.  I have many years of volunteering Foundations, Boards, Commissions,  community events and as guest speaker in our Snoqualmie Valley School system.

 

I  collaborate, hear and respect different points of views to make informed decisions.   I will listen to you, value your concerns, working with others to make the best possible decisions for our beautiful community.  I deeply value the small town culture, recognizing that while some change is expected, striving to ensure that change is strategically planned and managed is imperative.  I humbly ask for your vote.

 

Darren Glazier

Darren Glazier

227 W Park St.

North Bend, WA 98045

(425) 299-3145

darrenglazier25@gmail.com

Education: B.S. Social Sciences-Washington State University, MBA-Western Governors University
Occupation: Executive Director - Regency North Bend Rehab & Nursing Center
Statement:

Choosing where to live is one of the most important decisions we ever make and having councilmembers attentive to community concerns is paramount. As a member of a family that has been in North Bend for over 110 years, I feel the responsibility to serve my neighbors and community. As the Executive Director of Regency North Bend Rehab & Nursing Center, it is an absolutely necessity to take a role of service when assisting residents and families in some of the most distressing situations. Navigating the highly fragmented and regulated healthcare industry is tedious, stressful and requires patience as much as action. Recent displays of civil servants in other cities dismissing and ignoring resident concerns prompted my decision to run for city council. Every resident deserves to be heard and responded to. If elected, please feel free to “North Bend my ear” with your concerns.

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