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My wife and I had a cup of coffee recently with mayoral candidate Steve Fields at his Down Pour Coffee Bar in west Redmond. Steve is a very engaging leader who has immense pride in our community. He has fire in his belly for including Redmond residents in the growth process of Redmond...a process we have been left out of under the Mayor John Marchione’s administration.
Community Events, July 2015
As a coordinating lead author on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report cited by Roger Clarke-Johnson’s June 12 rebuttal of Mark Vossler’s comments on climate change, I am troubled by Mr. Clarke-Johnson’s characterization of the report and those that express genuine concern for our planet.
We as Redmond residents take pride in Redmond being voted among the best cities in the United States, according to Livability.com.
I wanted to add my support for Redmond’s Proposition 1 and 2 on the August ballot. As a local resident who benefits from the Redmond parks and trails system, I think it’s important to invest in the long-term planning and maintenance of these wonderful amenities.
Recently my 10-year-old daughter, Chanelle, was asked by her fourth-grade teacher to write an essay on "What my Father means to me." She became sad and full of tears. The teacher questioned her, only to find out the real sadness in her was about being fatherless. Chanelle remembered what God's word says in Psalm 68:5, "A Father of the fatherless, and a judge of the widows, is God in His Holy habitation."