Letters to the Editor

City Council: Endorsing Kim Crowder

I have known this vivacious, caring, level-headed, individual for approximately 12 years. I have found that she is young at heart but wise beyond her years. During my last two years on the Parks and Recreation Commission I served with Crowder when she was appointed to the Parks and Rec. commission. I found her to be a real problem-solver. She listens, first, then she’s not afraid to ask questions, tough ones, then she analyzes and puts forth a solution. She is willing to compromise, when needed, but can be a bulldog when she gets a hold of an idea she believes in. She believes in the people she serves, no matter if she is serving tea or serving up an idea to her city council fellows. She has been a business woman, owning a business in downtown Poulsbo, I believe that is a bonus for the voters and people of Poulsbo. She knows both sides of the needs of her constituents and businesses of Poulsbo. She is a hard worker, and believes in doing hard work to accomplish goals. She is a mom, who is proud of her daughter and son. Crowder has the vision needed for a growing Poulsbo, she also has the wisdom needed to bring the visions alive without destroying the reasons we all want to live in Poulsbo (area). She believes in a balance of nature and living with it not against it. Yep, if I were able to vote in the Poulsbo elections I would cast my vote for Crowder. I hope you will. If you get a chance to talk with her you’ll know for yourself why Crowder would continue to work for you, the Poulsbo residents. Trisha Merritt Poulsbo

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