Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Support Avila, Duffy and Hattula


I have been attending your Pizza & Politics for a few years now, and I must say that Bellevue's Pizza & Politics was the most informed panel I have heard yet. I would like to thank Janet Duffy and Dave Hattula for their willingness to share what information they could with the time allowed. I do feel it shed some light on issues that we, the residents, thought we were informed about but truly weren't, such as our user fees for the wastewater treatment plant.

I want to voice my endorsement for Amber Avila, Janet Duffy and Dave Hattula for Bellevue City Council. I have been a resident for more than 20 years and a prior business owner in Bellevue. I am extremely proud of our town and of the positive changes that have taken place in the last year. These three individuals have the passion, heart, values and integrity that I want to move our city forward.

Thank you, Amber, Janet and Dave for having the courage to do the right things to make Bellevue a better place for me and my family to live.

Toni Hattula

Bellevue




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