Everett City Council, Pos. 1: Fosse backs action on housing

My issue is homelessness. It’s a daily problem affecting our quality of life and local businesses. Mary supports permanent solutions. Mary Fosse, running for Everett City Council’s Distrdict 1, supports programs to get people experiencing homelessness and addiction healthy, housed and working jobs.

Everett is a generational city. This is the first time our children can’t afford to live here! We need Mary’s plan to increase all kinds of housing, in all income ranges, for young and diverse families to rent or buy their first home here with us.

Vote for Mary Fosse and other Everett City Council candidates who will take immediate action to solve homeless, addiction, and our housing shortage: Cassie Franklin, Demi Chatters, Paula Rhyne, and Liz Vogeli.

Brenda Bolanos-Ivory

Everett

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