Brings experience, care and concern

I am supporting Arlan Hatloe for Everett City Council Position 3. He is the right person for the job. Arlan brings a wealth of experience from many years as a businessman and community leader in Everett. He and his wife Barbara have successfully operated a family-owned business for many years. He has given countless hours of service to the community through Rotary, the Everett Area Chamber of Commerce and many other local organizations.

Arlan is the past-chair of the Everett Area Chamber of Commerce and has worked on many issues affecting our local economy. He is very knowledgeable about local and state government issues including city budgets, transportation and economic development. His understanding will allow him to tackle the new financial issues faced by the city of Everett since the events of Sept. 11.

Everett would be well-served with Arlan Hatloe as a council member. Along with his experience, he brings a sense of caring and concern for his community.

Please vote for Arlan Hatloe for Everett City Council Position 3.

Mill Creek

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