Sammamish is the youngest city in Western Washington, just 20 years old next summer.
Only about a third of our current citizens were here for the City’s birth, beginning with a vote to incorporate in November 1998, followed by a tempestuous campaign by more than 40 candidates for the first city council.
Part 1 may be found here. Part 2 may be found here.
How to attain sustainable housing affordability, create vast community wealth and improve driver experiences.
By Paul Stickney
Article Three of Three
Statement: As you have been reading these articles, you have seen me use “we” and “our” quite often. This refers to either The City, the Community or both.
For over four years, I have attended nearly all City Council meetings, Planning Commission meetings and Transportation Committee meetings plus others. I am definitely NOT a Politician. I see myself as a citizen “Statesman”–bringing a bedrock of principles that are right, to benefit the members of our community, with a vision of long-term housing affordability and sustainability. I am working to build consensus for achieving that vision.
Readers of Sammamish Comment have the opportunity this year to be a Guest Contributor.
Think of the Op Ed pieces that appear occasionally in The Seattle Times.
Contributions may be up to 1,000 words. They may be on any topic. They must be polite, but they may take a critical eye of policies, topics or actions of Sammamish. They may also be supportive of these.