Whether you are for or against any or all of the three property tax levies that will appear on the November general election ballot, the Edmonds City Council needs you!
City Council President Strom Peterson said the council must appoint people to the pro and con committees for each ballot initiative. (One person can be on more than one committee.) Members will need to sign a form (their name will appear on the ballot), attend a meeting, and participate in email conversations to finalize the statements.
The deadline to have the forms signed is Monday, Aug. 15, and statements are due at the end of the month.
Anyone interested in participating should email Peterson at email@example.com.