Opinion

Council needs Younger on board

When it comes to in-depth citizen representation on the Bremerton City Council, Eric Younger is our best hope for the future of our local governing body.

I have experienced his depth of preparation and his due diligence of financial issues serving with him on the city’s audit committee.

He really digs deep to make sure that the citizen’s best interests are fully vetted.

Eric has used his knowledge and experience of financials when tackling issues since elected in 2011.

He understands that the council needs to have good policies and methods of operations in place for our city government to be successful.

He thinks out of the box on new ways for us to succeed in this complicated environment.

Eric has worked hard with our community development department, our city attorney and others to come up with ideas to help solve the issues of blighted and abandoned properties.

Eric listens to others while forming his own opinions that he then uses to bring effective solutions.

Although our viewpoints may differ at times, Eric really puts a lot of effort into subjects and finishes tasks.

Unlike some on the council, he really works hard to represent the people first over special interest.

He goes over and above earning a small stipend for his duty as a representative of the people.

Elect Eric Younger to Bremerton City Council District 7 seat for a brighter future and to further the financial successes of the city.

Bob Dollar

Bremerton

 

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