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City of SeaTac

Council Position 3

Peter Kwon

Peter Kwon

4455 S 164th Street

SeaTac, WA 98188

(206) 498-1919

PeterSeaTac@gmail.com

www.peterkwon.com

Education: Network Services and Computing Systems, Bellevue Community College, University of Washington, Certificate of Municipal Leadership
Occupation: Systems Engineer
Statement:

SeaTac is recovering over the last four years.  Revitalizing our communities and economy, we have more police officers improving safety, and a new Interlocal Agreement to insure airport impacts are addressed and everyone benefits as the area continues to grow.

 

SeaTac is no longer in debt, we have more funding for increased public and human services, and improvements to our roadways and sidewalks, all without any increase in city taxes on our residents which help keep our cost of living the most affordable in King County.  We have new projects bringing more neighborhood shops to benefit everyone.

 

As a true non-partisan, I have endorsements from local businesses, neighbors, community leaders, and work well around the table with everyone.  I believe we need to keep our local issues free from outside influence or special interest groups and to maintain our independence. I am honored to represent you to make SeaTac extraordinary!

Damiana Merryweather

Damiana Merryweather

PO Box 58399

Tukwila, WA 98138

(206) 235-6511

damiana@merryweatherforseatac.com

www.merryweatherforseatac.com

Education: Bachelors in American History, University of Oregon
Occupation: Small Business Owner, Homemaker
Statement:

As a small business owner and mother of young children, I am invested in the success of our whole community. As your Councilmember, I will fight for working families. I will pursue bold policies that increase livability: walkable streets, airport noise and pollution mitigation, traffic and transit solutions. And affordability: preventing displacement, increasing affordable housing, and supporting our neighbors who struggle to make ends meet.

 

Local businesses are the backbone of a strong economy.  We have seen community businesses forced out through actions taken by the existing city council.  I am committed to ensuring that those who live and work here benefit from a booming economy. Residents of every background deserve to be heard and valued for their contributions.  Together, let’s build a city that celebrates our diversity while uniting us around shared values of family, community and opportunity. 

 

Endorsements: Working Families Party; 33rd District Democrats; Highline Education Association

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