Everett Council, Dist. 2: Rhyne has worked for her neighbors

Paula Rhyne is the best candidate for our first District 2 Everett City Council member. Paula has been actively engaged in local civics and issues both big and small. I’ve gotten to know Paula in recent years through her engagement at neighborhood meetings, service on a committee and our mutual interest in ensuring equal opportunity and access to Everett’s most vulnerable residents. She’s taken the time to have individual conversations about issues facing our city, lending her perspective while listening to others and finding common values.

She’s been a faithful advocate for students and their families facing homelessness through her participation on a Neighborhood Advisory Committee seeking input on a housing project in our neighborhood. No detail was too small to escape her attention. Even the placement of dumpsters was highlighted when considering the inconvenience to residents that would have a long way to haul their trash.

Paula has been a consistent and vocal presence at neighborhood meetings regarding recent park plans. Her perspective as a mother of young children gave her an eye to call out a potentially hazardous play structure proposed for a local park remodel.

Paula has proved to be a great asset to her community and will be a fearless advocate on our City Council. Vote for Paula!

Ashley O’Brien Sims

Everett

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