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City of Shoreline

Council Position 2

Keith Patrick Scully

Keith Patrick Scully

2517 NW 194th Place

Shoreline, WA 98177

(206) 446-5491

keithscully2001@yahoo.com

www.keithscully.net

Education: J.D., New York University. M.A., Tufts University. B.A., UCLA. Paramedic Certificate, Inglewood Hospital.
Occupation: Shoreline Councilmember and intellectual property attorney.
Statement:

In my first council term, I’ve listened carefully to our citizens and worked hard to improve life in Shoreline by increasing sidewalk repairs and new construction, removing barriers to small-business success, and promoting affordable housing. I’ve fought for increased tree protections, against unnecessary expenses like an oversized maintenance facility, and to make Shoreline a place that welcomes everyone.

 

I’m seeking re-election because there’s still much to be done. I’m working with regional leaders on a thoughtful, cost-effective program to address homelessness. I will continue to work to keep crime rates low and to make sure mental health and other crises end peacefully. 

 

I’m honored to have broad community support, including the Sierra Club, Democratic party organizations, the Police Officers’ Guild, AG Ferguson, Councilmember Dembowski, Senators Salomon and Chase, Representative Ryu, Shoreline councilmembers, and, most importantly, so many fellow Shoreline residents who encouraged me to run for a second term.

Vivian Collica

Vivian Collica

2011 N 163rd Pl

Shoreline, WA 98133

(206) 533-1957

vivianforshoreline@hotmail.com

Education: BA The School of Visual Arts
Occupation: Construction Management Consultant
Statement:

Soon the only trees left in Shoreline will be in the logo, unless they’re also replaced by three buildings.

 

Our weak economy’s heavily reliant on homeowners for revenue. Zoning is inconsistent. We have no downtown. Shoreline is considered anti-business. The City’s plan to bring in more residents plus ever-increasing taxes will only worsen the homeless situation. The proposal to unite with Seattle and give our money to fund ineffective regional policies won’t work.

 

Let’s incentivize business to create revenue! Encouraging Tourism will Build Community, Discourage Crime, Addiction, Graffiti and Homeless Camps. Plus, we can all have fun without leaving town! Let’s make Shoreline the vibrant, prosperous city where people want to visit and spend their money, instead of an expensive, urban, bedroom community. With your support I Promise to Work Hard and Promote Prosperity; Preserve Environment; Protect Citizens and Property; Pledge Responsibility; Propose Common Sense Solutions

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