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As a retired school architect and planner, I strongly support comfortable and up-to-date educational facilities. I oppose Proposition 1 because it leaves thousands of kids and their teachers in overcrowded schools and substandard buildings for years more than needed and would spend over $235 million of the $398 million to needlessly tear down and replace more buildings instead of providing for growth.
Community Events, July 2016
There are several characteristics that we would all like in our elected officials; honesty, compassion, intelligence, common sense, persistence and humility would be a good start to the list. I have had the opportunity to work with Ramiro Valderrama on more than one occasion.
Please don't overlook Proposition No. 1. It's the measure that if approved would increase the EvergreenHealth Board of Commissioners from five to seven members.
I strongly urge a vote for anyone but Joan McBride. While on the Kirkland City Council, she was early and staunch supporter of the infamous Potala project on Lake Washington Blvd. Most neighbors and the revised building codes were against it.
I urge you to vote for Ramiro Valderrama for the State House of Representatives in the upcoming primary and general election.