County Councilwoman Kathy Lambert is regular visitor to Valley communities | Letter

My husband and I moved to the Snoqualmie Valley 42 years ago on a windy November day. We made a deliberate choice to move to a rural community.

It wasn’t long before our rural community faced development. During those years, we have had lots of discussions with our King County representatives over issues facing the Snoqualmie Valley, but most of the time we had to go to them. We had to call them. Then, Kathy Lambert became our representative.

Kathy visits the Valley communities regularly. She is the first council person to come to the Valley with King County staff at her side for town meetings, to listen and help Valley citizens navigate King County’s process while addressing major issues of transportation, land use, emergency preparedness and at-risk youth.

Kathy and her staff are approachable while actively trying to resolve issues and meet the varied needs of Valley residents. Voting for Kathy Lambert is a positive vote for the citizens of the Snoqualmie Valley.

Dariel Norris


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