Introductory statement from an unopposed candidate for Shoreline fire commissioner

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Kimberly Fisher is running unopposed for a six-year term for the position on the Shoreline Fire District board of commissioners that Jim Fisher now holds.

It is one of two Shoreline Fire District positions on the Nov. 5 general-election ballot.

Kimberly Fischer
Kimberly Fischer

I have lived and worked in Shoreline since 1962. I am dedicated to community service and an active community leader. As a resident and small business owner, I rely on the efficient, high quality services of our Fire Department.

Being a Fire Commissioner is the ultimate way to support our firefighters and to contribute to safety and emergency response in our community. I will work to foster a cohesive environment that promotes the involvement of the Shoreline community; while supporting and enhancing the Fire Department and the services they deliver.

I will focus on assuring that Shoreline Fire has the resources it needs to fully protect and respond in our community, and to plan for growth and the increased demand for service.

I will work tirelessly to see that your tax dollars are spent effectively and efficiently to support Shoreline Fire Department in maintaining a responsible and sustainable level of service to the community. One way to do this is to build partnerships with our neighbors and look for ways to share resources.

I am honored to be endorsed by Shoreline Firefighters Local 1760 and Northshore Firefighters Local 2459.


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