To The Editor:
The City of Mill Creek has been experiencing big changes the past few months. In order to deal with all of those changes, the City needs to have City Council members who understand how an effective City government is supposed to work. Lynn Sordel is the Council Candidate who is the most qualified to do this.
Lynn has 30 years of experience working in public service including his current position as the Director of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Arts for the City of Lynnwood. He knows the challenges and the ins and outs of how city governments are supposed to work.
Lynn has a strong business sense that includes extensive experience building budgets for cities, including being the person chosen by the mayor of Lynnwood to lead and to facilitate the creation of that city’s current budget. His experience is essential as the Council works to create a new budget that eliminates a $1.7 million shortfall and creates revenue strategies to support a new budget that does not cut City services any further than they already have been.
Lynn’s experience, expertise, and commitment to strong, effective city government make him highly qualified to be elected to the Mill Creek City Council.
Carolyn G. Allendoerfer