Diane Dobson will ‘speak up for neighborhoods’ | LETTER

We are encouraging our neighbors to vote for Diane Dobson for Renton City Council Position No. 2. Diane has been fighting the good fight for her North Renton neighborhood for several years. All of the Renton neighborhoods are facing many of the same issues such as crime, safety and growth management.

We need a voice on the council who has a passion to speak up for the neighborhoods in Renton. Diane understands local issues and works towards community based solutions. Diane encourages others to get involved and brings neighbors together. Diane has the ability and dedication to address the problems facing Renton.

Please support Diane Dobson.

Stephen and Theresa Clymer

Renton

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