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Vote by Aug. 4 for a change in leadership!

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Published:2015-07-27 Opinion
Vote by Aug. 4 for a change in leadership!    Print Snohomish Times    
Vote by Aug. 4 for a change in leadership!

The Snohomish County Official ballot is out for the Aug. 4 primary.

For those of you within the Cross Valley Water District, as I am, and have been disappointed in the actions and leadership of the CVWD, you now have an opportunity to vote for a change. Cast your vote for either Mike Graves or James Woodward, and not the incumbent.

The Cross Valley Water District was started by its members, my father being one of the original members, joining in 1965. It's time we vote in a new board, one that understands our unique rural community, made up of multi-generational farms, and new construction.

Those of us within the Cross Valley Water District have a vested interest in bringing the CVWD back to the people, and removing the less than transparent leadership currently serving.

The predatory nature of they way CVWD is currently operating needs to be stopped! Cast your vote by Aug. 4 for a change in leadership!


Jay Hagen
Snohomish




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