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Lakehaven Water & Sewer District

Commissioner Position No. 4

Sheley Anderson

Sheley Anderson

1100 SW 352ND ST


(253) 468-1247

Education: Juris Doctorate, Seattle University School of Law, Bachelor's in Political Science, The Evergreen State College
Occupation: Small Business Owner; Policy Analyst; Trial Attorney

Throughout the pandemic, ordinary people stepped up to do extraordinary things.  We made choices to put the lives of others above ourselves. Leaving the safety of our homes, we took to the streets protesting for change. Wearing masks became lifesaving symbols of kindness and as the economy crashed, we stood in the gaps meeting the needs of those barely getting by.

Our work continues and I am ready to serve.

I'm running because water is life, and no matter the zip code, everyone has a right to quality water and service at an affordable price.  We need leaders who are committed to placing people over profit.  I will bring financial resources under the HEAL Act home to residents of South King County to prevent water and sewage service rates from soaring.

I'm an attorney of sixteen years.  I'm a civil rights leader.  I'm a wife and a grandmother.  When I'm not in the courtroom rendering justice for the people, I'm barreled down at my desk with my readers on researching policies and providing analysis to lawmakers. I would like your vote to move our communities forward without leaving any of our neighbors behind. Endorsements: KC Democrats, 30th LD Democrats

Laura Belvin

Laura Belvin

30143 12TH AVE SW


(253) 874-0308

Education: Master of Public Administration, California Baptist, 2019, M.S. Civil Engineering, UW 1988, B.S.C.E, 1985
Occupation: Lakehaven Commissioner, previously professional civil engineer, non-profit business owner, educator

I am passionate about water and the Federal Way community.  I bring skills in public administration, engineering, leadership and community service to lead the utility.


The utility needs strong, sensible, qualified leadership by those who understand the needs of the community for their services.  I am a professional engineer with a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering focused on hydraulics and hydrology, and I have a Master’s degree in Public Administration.  I have served as chair of the Federal Way Parks Commission, and have led in several non-profit community organizations for over 30 years.  Good engineering and planning are essential for the reliable water and sewer service that we all enjoy, and I bring that perspective to the board.


I care about our customers, and I work hard to promote policies which keep them safe, informed and meeting their needs. I believe that the more people understand about their water and sewer service, the more they will appreciate it and contribute to making it better.

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