East Bellevue Community Council has five spots up for election

Five positions are up for election in the East Bellevue Community Council.

That’s every position, by the way.

Incumbent Steve Kasner is facing a challenge for Position 1 from current Chair Bill Capron. Reach the candidates at Kasner4council@gmail.com and wbcarron@msn.com respectively.

Betsi Hummer (betsihummer@yahoo.com) is running unopposed for Position 2, as is Gerald Hughes (ghughes@isomedia.com) for Position 3, Stephanie Walter (Stephanie4Council@outlook.com) for Position 4 and Ross V. Gooding for Position 5 (rvgooding@comcast.net).

Trygve Vandal withdrew from the Position 4 race.

The East Bellevue Community Council was established in 1969, and is empowered by state law with approval/disapproval authority over certain land-use actions in a part of East Bellevue. The council may also act in an advisory capacity on other land-use issues that directly or indirectly affect its jurisdiction.

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