Shoreline Fire Commissioner: Statement from Kimberly Fischer

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Incumbent Kimberly Fischer is running virtually unopposed to continue in her position as Shoreline Fire Commissioner Pos #2. Her statement follows.

Kim Fischer
Shoreline Fire Commissioner #2
During the past several months I have attempted to personally say hello to as many of our citizens as time would allow. For those who do not know me:

Education: Shoreline High School and College
Occupation and Elected Experience: Shoreline Fire Commissioner

Your dedicated Fire Commissioner since 2014, I have and will continue to ensure that Shoreline Fire Department has the resources necessary to fully protect and quickly respond in our community, strategically developing long range planning to address growth and increased demands for service, while striving to continue delivering the highest quality of emergency service for our citizens and visitors.

Our Commissioner team is currently exploring the possibilities for joint opportunities with our neighboring fire departments to better serve our areas, as it has always been my personal and teams’ goal to provide the best cost effective service to the residents in our community.

A lifelong resident of Shoreline, I attended school, college, raised a family, worked and recently retired all here in Shoreline.

I am a dedicated, active community volunteer: as a Shoreline CERT (Citizens Emergency Response Team), and for over 35 years with Shoreline Fire Department in activities such as: Shoreline Christmas, Firefighter’s Stair Climb for Leukemia, Easter egg hunt at Richmond Beach, Team Shoreline Fire at Relay for Life, Christmas morning taking Santa on the fire engine throughout Shoreline, Shoreline Fire Open House, Strawberry Festival.

Memberships include: Currently holding a Director position on the executive board King County Fire Commissioner’s Association - Washington Fire Commissioner’s Association.

I am honored to be endorsed by our Shoreline Firefighters, Local 1760

And mutually supported by my fellow commissioner team.

I respectfully ask for your vote so that I may continue to serve our community as your Shoreline Fire Commissioner.


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