Nehring is a leader | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

I am writing to encourage the voters of the city of Marysville to retain Jon Nehring as Mayor of Marysville.

I am writing to encourage the voters of the city of Marysville to retain Jon Nehring as Mayor of Marysville.

Jon is a great advocate for the city of Marysville. I have worked with Jon for several years and know he is an honest man who is always positive and dedicates himself to serving the public. He is constantly working for the betterment of Marysville and the greater community.

Jon has the ability to bring people together to solve common problems.  He is well respected by other public officials in Snohomish County. We elected Jon as Chairman of Snohomish County Tomorrow (SCT), an advisory board to the Snohomish County Council. He has done an outstanding job at SCT. I enjoy working with Jon and am proud to endorse him.

During these difficult economic times, we need steady, effective leadership. Marysville is fortunate to have a great public servant in Jon Nehring.

Terry Ryan

Councilman, City of Mill Creek

 

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