It’s three weeks to the first filing date May 12 for the August primary for
local elections. So far, there are only two declared candidates for three Sammamish City Council seats up for election this year.
Only one of the three incumbents announced election plans; two others haven’t decided if they will seek reelection.
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Ritchie and Ross trade heated text messages The legislative committee failed to get the required three votes for a proclamation Discussion on the plastic bag ban postponed
The dysfunction of Sammamish City Council reached new levels over a proclamation in support of Senate Bill 5323 that calls for a state-wide plastic bag ban and a 5 cents tax for paper bags.
Continue reading “Ritchie accuses the council majority of denying a debate on plastic bags ban; Malchow denies”
Kristen Elsos Brantner
I would like to introduce 2 young members of this Sammamish community and shed a little light on the rough journey they have ahead of them. They say it takes a village, I must take this opportunity on HPS Awareness Day to share our story as far and wide as it will go…
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It was with regret we learned of the decision by Mayor Christie Malchow to pass on seeking reelection to a second term as Sammamish city council member.
Malchow accomplished more in one term than many council members have in multiple terms.
She didn’t hesitate to take on highly controversial issues. Once she did, her tenacity in solving the issue was awe inspiring.
Continue reading “Thanks to Malchow”
By Miki Mullor
Mayor Christie Malchow announced today on her
Facebook page today that she will not seek re-election. Malchow’s seat is up for election this year.
Malchow is completing her first term.
Malchow’s Facebook post:
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Sammamish City Council unanimously selected Rick Rudometkin as its new City Manager and directed Interim City Manager Larry Patterson to enter contract negotiations.
Rudeometkin is currently County Manager of
Eddy County, New Mexico. He is currently also a City Manager finalists at the Mill Creek and was previously County Manager finalists at Clark County. Continue reading “Rick Rudometkin Selected for Sammamish City Manager”
The second of six candidates for Sammamish City Manager withdrew today from consideration.
Daniel Morgan, a retired US Army colonel who is currently a business consultant, withdrew. He only said the position did not meet his career goals, Sammamish Comment was told.
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