Letters to the Editor

City council race: Jim Henry's a dedicated public servant

The Clean Technology Trade Alliance announces its enthusiastic endorsement of Jim Henry in his candidacy for Poulsbo City Council.

Our research shows Henry has a long record of positive public service to the citizens of Poulsbo, including his previous service on the Poulsbo Planning Commission and city council. He shows his inclination for doing diligent work on projects in high-tech mass transit, low-impact development and in the attraction of sustainable jobs and businesses to Poulsbo. I am also aware that his work also has earned him the endorsement of the Affordable Housing Council of Kitsap County.

The mission of the Bremerton-based Clean Technology Trade Alliance is to promote and market businesses that meet standards for being clean, green and sustainable. We promote the kind of employers that make the very best "corporate neighbors." As our organization realizes its full growth, we will be providing a worldwide marketing platform for qualifying businesses here in Kitsap County, Washington state and across the United States.

We value the support of local government in our efforts, and we support those candidates and elected officials who are committed to our mission.

Mark Frost

Executive director

Clean Technology Trade Alliance

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