Voting for Steve Fields on Nov. 7 | Letter

The race between Byron Shutz and Steve Fields for Redmond City Council Position 2 is a study of contrasts. Do you want:

Four years of city budget experience (Shutz) OR 20 years of professional Seattle and King County budget experience? (Fields)

Back-door “Group think” meetings with omnipresent 7-0 decisions (Shutz) OR an inclusive, innovative problem-solving approach with fearless leadership? (Fields)

Community volunteerism with the Kiwanis Club and Together Center (Shutz) OR a Redmond “CERT” Community Emergency Response Team volunteer and King County emergency preparedness expert (Fields).

A developer-focused “OneRedmond” board member (Shutz) OR business owner and small business advocate? (Fields).

The choice is yours. Please vote for Steve Fields on Nov. 7!

Bob Yoder

Redmond

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