Ross is dedicated to balancing growth with quality of life | Letter

The city of Snoqualmie is approaching an important milestone as it evaluates several economic development projects. The city council must have leaders who can chart a future course for our community that balances growth with the need to maintain our quality of life. Katherine Ross is such a leader.

A 13-year resident of Snoqualmie, she brings to the council extensive experience in business management and community service, as well as a demonstrated commitment to addressing the needs of children and families of the Snoqualmie Valley. She recognizes that economic development must be consistent with the values of a community that embraces its pristine environment. She is dedicated to enhancing our public safety and the overall health of our community.

Please vote to retain Katherine Ross on the Snoqualmie City Council.

Lee and Robin Pasquarella


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