Don’t forget to vote: North Highline Unincorporated Area Council elections Thursday

A reminder from North Highline Unincorporated Area Council (which is, another reminder, presenting the Steve Cox Memorial dedication at 3 pm today):

Join us for the North Highline Unincorporated Area Council Elections
WHEN: Thursday, May 19 – Between 6 and 8 p.m.
WHERE: North Highline Fire Station
1243 S.W. 112th Street, SW


District 3: Liz Giba – Is a proud resident of North Highline and a current council member. If re-elected, she will give back to the community by working to achieve the true potential as an area of healthy and diverse neighborhoods. (District Three: All unincorporated area bordered on the north by the City of Seattle, on the south by the City of Burien, on the east by 4th Avenue SW and on the west by 16th Avenue SW)

District 4: Ron Johnson – Is a long time council member who wants to continue his efforts to dispel the negative image of the White Center and North Highline area and work toward making it a more livable, family friendly community. He currently serves as chair of the Roads Committee and is a member of the Public Safety and Code Enforcement Committees. (District Four: All unincorporated area bordered on the north and west by the City of Seattle, on the south by the City of Burien, and on the east by 16th Avenue SW)

At Large: Doug Harrell – Is a current council member and business owner who would like to continue his work on the council to make North Highline a healthy, safe community.

At Large: Patrick Mosley – Is a current council member, who was drawn to the council with a goal to help make North Highline a family friendly community. He is a husband, father and musician, who lives in White Center.

At Large: Aileen Sison – Is a 25 year resident of White Center with 10 years collective experience in youth mentorship teaching fine arts, Video, and general education. She currently works in Real Estate development and property management. She is ready and willing to serve as a public resource to prioritize the advancement of education, Arts, and economic development of the NHUA community.

The North Highline Unincorporated Area Council (NHUAC) serves as the voice of the North Highline community to King County and as an advisory board to the community. NHUAC is composed of 13 volunteers who meet on the 1st Thursday of the month at the Fire Station on 112th in White Center. NHUAC is our council and everyone is welcome to the meetings.

All adult residents of North Highline and designated representatives of North Highline businesses are eligible to vote.

*If you are eligible to vote, you can vote for all “At Large” positions.

* Please bring identification or a letter of designation from an area business

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