McDaniel considers all sides
I have known Jennifer McDaniel for many years, and I believe she is an effective, dedicated member of our City Council. Not only does she do her own research when faced with tough issues, she considers all sides, and ultimately puts Washougal first when making her decisions.
Jennifer has said that government should live within their means, and I agree. She has proven to be very fiscally conservative, and has served on the city’s financial committee for the past two years. She scrutinizes every tax dollar the city spends, and supports a balanced budget. I believe that in order to make it through these tough economic times, we are going to need to keep a frugal voice on the City Council, and I believe that Jennifer is that voice.
If you would like to maintain a strong leader with a business background, who listens to our needs and provides positive, constructive solutions, please vote for Jennifer McDaniel for Washougal City Council Position No. 5.
Ron Tooley, Washougal
Kakuk was ‘railroaded’
This is in response to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record article concerning the mayoral run of Ken Kakuk.
Family and close friends were privy to the events that led up the Ken’s dismissal at the city. We expected to take a great deal of heat when Ken decided to run for mayor. People who are close to him were surprised that administration could treat an excellent longtime employee with such disrespect and cruelty. The last thing this administration wants is to be subordinate to a mayor who knows the inner workings of our city.