Letters to the Editor

Run city like a business, cast a vote for Dickson

Let’s not forget the potential of Enumclaw in order to become the great city we can and should become. We need leaders that don’t just sit in office. We need leaders more than ever that are not afraid to try. We need to run this city like a business focused on supporting the families that call Enumclaw home. We need to work together, connecting the city with the people.

Darrel Dickson brings a wealth of business and community experience to this position on the Enumclaw City Council. He is known as an active citizen and respected businessman. He is what Enumclaw needs. He has a strong vision for Enumclaw that will serve well the city and its residents today and into the future. It’s clear in his words and actions that he’s running for City Council to serve the people.

Darrel brings valuable, real-life experience. There are a lot of struggling businesses in Enumclaw that need to feel like they are recognized and supported by our City Council. Although teaching is an admirable career, it did not give Richard Elfers the background and experience needed on our council at this time. Right now there’s a need to elect a City Council member who will bring a fresh perspective in dealing with the difficult issues the city is facing. Darrel Dickson is the man for the job.

Let’s start getting serious about Enumclaw and vote for a real leader, with real know how, and vision to bring value to the City Council.

Travis Beaird

Enumclaw

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