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Forty-Nine people submit applications for open City Council position

Post Date:01/04/2019 3:19 pm

Due to the resignation of Deputy Mayor Jesse Salomon from his City Council position after being elected to represent the 32nd District in the Washington State Senate, the Shoreline City Council sought applications from Shoreline residents to fill the open position. Forty-nine people applied. Below is a list of applicants:

 Linda Adams 
 Tanya Holter  Ravi Rana
 Carolyn Ahlgreen 
 Patricia Hull  Sierra Ranier
 Genevieve Arredondo
 Joseph Irons  Robert Ransom
 Tony Bachler 
 Nathan Julius  Ryan Ritter
 Saba Berhe 
 Thomas Karston  Rebeca Rivera
 Gorham Bowler
 Joshua Krawczyk  Betsy Robertson
 Keith Boyd 
 Jillian McLean  Heather Murphy Secrist
 Wes Brandon 
 Joseph Morrison  Jerry Shirley
 David Chen  Dawn Moser  Tamara Simon
 Joe Cunningham  Dawn Nelson  Gerald "Anthony" Sison
 Deborah DeMoss Mark Nordahl   Joesph Smith Jr.
 Jennifer Frey  Rebecca Partman  Mike Smith
 Lisa Gallucci  Jessica Piha  Laurel Stromme
 Hazim Ghanim  Eben Pobee  Eric Wall
 Jennifer Greenlee  Jordan Posamentier  John Williamson
 Brian Holt  Simon Pritikin  
 Julie Holt  Trevor Rain-Water  

 

The appointment by the City Council will commence on January 28, 2019 and expire upon the certification of the 2019 general election results in November 2019, as the position will subsequently be filled in the 2019 election cycle.

Eligible applicants must be a registered voter and have resided within the Shoreline city limits for at least one year.

The anticipated timeline for filling the vacancy is as follows:

  • January 7, 2019 – City Council review of applications and selection of candidates for interview
  • January 28, 2019 – City Council interview of selected candidates and appointment of new Councilmember