I was pleased to see that Mr. Wambolt has conceded our city council race this past weekend.
I would like to thank the dozens of volunteers who helped out during this campaign. I couldn’t have done it without each one of you!!
I will continue in the next 4 years to work for all the citizens of Edmonds no matter where you live.
While we reached out to voters across our city it was clear to me that citizens want to see development outside of the view corridor, I have heard you and will work toward our common interests.
Always feel free to contact me with ideas and suggestions for improvement in our city at: firstname.lastname@example.org
When I ran for city council, I promised to bring ‘kitchen table common sense’ to our city council. Here’s my report card on what I did, and I ask for your support to continue working for you for the next four years.
- Adrienne Fraley-Monillas
Holding the line on costs
- Voted against giving the City of Woodway subsidized Edmonds Police service, which cost Edmonds residents about $200,000 a year
- Worked with city employees to stabilize costs so we didn’t have to raise taxes
- Will NEVER vote to cut police or fire protection
Supports our downtown
- Voted NO on raising building heights – an issue I campaigned on four years ago
- Supported development of Hazel Miller Plaza
- Against coal trains polluting our waterfront
- Voted to give the downtown business owners more say in the newly created business improvement district
Outside the West perspective
- As one of the few councilmember’s who live outside the downtown “view corridor,” Adrienne brings a different perspective on issues
- Supporter of the Interurban trail to connect us to Shoreline and Mountlake Terrace
- Supporter of redeveloping Highway 99, Westgate, 5 corners and Firdale
- Helped put citizens back into the land use permitting process, allowing citizens to appeal to the council BEFORE going to court