Posts published in “Political”
Next week there will be two gatherings with the mayoral primary candidates in attendance with the goal of making you a more informed voter.
This year voters will be asked to choose 4 of the 7 City Council positions. This article, second in a series, will look at the three candidates running for the #4 seat on the council.
The city has put on the ballot this year a tax district much like the Transportation Benefit District sales tax approved by voters a few years ago. The proposal is for a Metropolitan Parks District which will collect taxes to be used toward purchasing and maintenance on new and existing city park lands. These funds would be in addition to what has been budgeted for parks.
The following statement was issued from Governor Inslee’s Communications Office this morning: An early wildfire season has already begun in our state, and conditions all…
This year voters will be asked to choose 4 of the 7 City Council positions. Now that we have past the deadline for filing, we know who the candidates are.
By this time next week the Ferndale City Hall building should be showing off a fresh coat of paint and different colors.
This year you could be electing new people to sit on the city council (and/or keeping incumbents), in the mayor’s office and on the port commission. But do you know who you are voting for and how much do you know about the positions they are running for?
The City of Ferndale posted an article on their website today explaining the rules for political candidates to follow when placing yard signs around town. It is as much written for the candidates as for citizens who may wrongly assume a sign has been placed on their property.