North City Water Commissioner running unopposed

Thursday, October 17, 2019

In the only North City Water District commissioner position on the ballot, incumbent Patty Hale is running unopposed. The water district serves the west side of Lake Forest Park and the east side of Shoreline. The position was not included in any of the candidate forums.

Patty Hale
2019 General Election Candidate Statement
Patty Hale
Special Purpose District, North City Water District, Position 2

I was appointed as a North City Water District Commissioner in January of 2019. I am running to retain my seat so that I may continue to fulfill the North City Water District’s mission of providing high quality affordable drinking water. I’m dedicated to managing our water supply, maintaining infrastructure and providing conservation education.

As a Shoreline resident since 1982, I have over 27 years of community leadership experience with local organizations – including the Ridgecrest Neighborhood Association, Shoreline Council of Neighborhoods, Shoreline Police Department, King County Parks Commission and the Shoreline Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Board.

Strategic planning is a critical piece of our current work at the North City Water District. We are preparing for new growth with the siting of two Light Rail Stations and increased density in our service area. My extensive community involvement will be an asset in communicating perspectives with local and regional partnerships and issues of importance to the District, while also addressing the needs of our current customers.

Through the American Water Works Association and Washington Association of Sewer and Water Districts, I am taking continuing education to help me to better serve our District with confidence and a clear understanding of water management.

Respectfully, I ask for your vote so I may continue serve as your Water Commissioner utilizing new skills, past experience and my commitment to our community. I encourage your engagement.


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