Voters’ support of Lake Stevens Fire District levy appreciated

I am writing this letter on behalf of the Commissioners of Lake Stevens Fire and as the board chairman to thank you, the amazing community of Lake Stevens, for your overwhelming support of Proposition 1, the EMS Levy Lid Lift. We live in a great community and we sincerely appreciate the continued vote of confidence that you showed by supporting the EMS Levy Lid Lift to maintain our services.

We take our responsibilities as elected officials seriously and know that we are here to represent you, our constituents, in a fiscally responsible and ethical manner. The additional funding that this EMS Levy Lid Lift allows will be used in an accountable manner to maintain a high level of EMS services for the community of Lake Stevens. Please know that we endeavor to operate transparently and welcome your input and attendance at our open Commissioner meetings. You can also reach us through the contact information located on our website www.lsfire.org.

Lake Stevens Fire aims to provide the highest level of service possible to our community. Whether it be fire suppression, EMS, safety education, or other assistance, the highly trained and dedicated men and women of Lake Stevens Fire are prepared to provide you with exceptional service every day, around the clock.

Thank you, again, for your support and please contact me directly with any questions or concerns that you might have.

We are here to serve you.

Jim Steinruck, chairman

Board of Commissioners

Lake Stevens Fire District

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