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Are you concerned by the over development of our city? The traffic on our roads? The overcrowding of our schools? Are you outraged by the clear cutting of our beautiful trees? I am. I’m concerned that our beloved Sammamish is being turned into an urbanized city that doesn’t fit the character of the green jewel we all love.
For the past 2 years I’ve been very active and vocal in my efforts to control residential over development. I worked closely with a coalition of concerned citizens that strongly advocated for slowing development until infrastructure can catch up.
And guess what? We were successful. A traffic test was recently adopted which proves our roads are failing and paused residential development until solutions are implemented. As your council member, I will support policies that ensure development does not outpace adequate infrastructure: roads, schools, sewer, water, stormwater facilities. Please vote for Ken.
Education: B.A. Finance, William Paterson University of New Jersey.
Occupation: Publisher of Sammamish Neighbors Magazine.
Public Comment – City Council
|Aug. 20, 2019||Representing Save Sammamish, spoke regarding the City’s concurrency process|
|May 8 , 2018||commented on the large build-up of sediment in Ebright and Laughing Jacobs Creeks while he was counting Kokanee fry.|
|May 23, 2019||does not want any changes to Sahalee Way|
|May 15, 2018||spoke regarding traffic, concurrency and the model the City is using.|
|Mar. 6, 2018||feels that manipulating concurrency will not alleviate the traffic problems.|
Spoke in favor of extending the moratorium.
|Oct. 16, 2018||spoke regarding the moratorium|
|Nov. 21, 2017||spoke that homeowners should be allowed to do what they like with|
their property. He feels concurrency and traffic are issues that needs to be dealt with. He feels the
moratorium is needed to get a grip on the concurrency problems.
|Mar. 7, 2017||spoke in favor of a plastic bag ban in Sammamish|