County Council, Dist. 4: Mead not resposive to emails, phone

Beginning in early July of this year, my husband has made three attempts to contact Snohomish County Council member Jared Mead, two via email and one by leaving a phone message. To date, my husband has received neither an acknowledgement of, nor a response to, his inquiries. Since this is an election year for Mr. Mead, we have concluded that he is no longer interested in remaining an elected official. And, with his present level of constituent relations, Mead is well on his way toward accomplishing this goal.

M. Terwilliger


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