State of the City

Sunday, June 5, 2016

North City Water District Manager Diane Pottinger and
Commissioner Charlotte Haines in the foreground
Photo by Keith McGlashan

Shoreline held its annual State of the City Breakfast on Thursday, June 2, with guests invited from leadership positions in the greater city.

Mayor Chris Roberts
Photo by Rod Dembowski

Mayor Chris Roberts hosted the event, and spoke on shaping the future of Shoreline. City Manager Debbie Tarry talked about creating value for the community. Three residents - Jeanne Monger, Callie Steward, and Argelia Paredes - spoke about their experiences with City services. Dan Eernissee, Economic Development Manager, gave an update on economic development and the campaign to promote Shoreline.

County councilmember Rod Dembowski said, "At 21 years old, the city is strong with a very bright future"


Anonymous,  June 6, 2016 at 11:41 AM  

Promote Shoreline with "Squatch"? Please tell me who on the council is related to that public relations firm?

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