Letters to the Editor

Zabinski will deliver on his promises

As a resident of Seabeck, I am interested in the upcoming election for Port Commissioner. I am very familiar with one candidate, Roger Zabinski, and am impressed with the extraordinary qualities he will bring to the position. They are badly needed in the political climate we live in today. I have known Roger and his family for a couple of years and am struck by his honesty and sincerity. He is a totally selfless individual and will dedicate himself to serving those he represents. He is a good man of integrity with a deep devotion to his wife and two young daughters. And he is driven by a desire to serve. His motivation is to represent his constituents, stay attuned to their concerns on issues and do what is right by the community.

Seabeck needs attention with respect to the Misery Point boat launch and also the long-running saga of the Seabeck Marina. I can only hope Roger Zabinski, serving as a port commissioner, can help focus attention on these important issues. Roger has family connections in Seabeck. His wife Mary grew up here and Roger really cares about Seabeck along with the other communities in the Port’s jurisdiction. Furthermore, he brings expertise in science, the environment and finance that are all critical to the Port’s mission of economic development, while being a good steward of our community cultures and the exceptional environment of the Puget Sound and Hood Canal. There is a way to move forward with reasonable development, attract new business and residents, while keeping all we have come to love so dearly — to foster a growing economy and provide a promising future for our children in the setting that is unique here on the Kitsap. I think Roger Zabinski is the one to best deliver on this hope in the hearts of so many.



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