Snohomish City Council: Kuleta has done her homework

It is refreshing to see Judith Kuleta run for Snohomish City Council, Position 2. She has common sense, thoughtfully examines issues through research and talking to current Snohomish commission and board members including the city manager, to learn what issues are important in Snohomish.

She has reached out to the community for the same, and thereby comes to a balanced, fair approach for collaborative leadership. Judith’s extensive experience on public boards, public service and education, affords her the ability to work well with others to accomplish a greater good for the community. With her ability to examine issues and build relationships, it is no surprise that she has the endorsements of both Mayor John Kartak and former Mayor Karen Guzak (whose seat she will be taking if elected). We are fortunate that she is willing again, to devote her talents to serving the greater good by representing the citizens of the city of Snohomish.

I whole-heartedly endorse Judith Kuleta for Snohomish City Council, Position 2.

Dawn Peyton Wheatley

Snohomish

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