working together as a community

I love Snohomish: I have grown up, worked, and owned homes here. I have a deep love for its traditions and history. I love something else that seems to have fallen by the wayside: our strength in working together as a community.

 

I know that in order to get respect, you must give respect- and that respect should start with the leadership. As an Open Government Committee member, I have learned much by listening respectfully to everyone. I would continue this work on City Council to foster the kind of transparent dialogue needed to make our city the best it can be.

 

 

  our strength lies in our history

I will also balance tradition and change. As a member of the Snohomish Historical Society, I promoted the history of our town because I think our strength lies in our history. However, we can also honor our history by welcoming change. Changes such as increasing affordable housing options will enable our long-time residents to remain in the community they helped shape.

 

We can all agree that our city is a wonderful place to live; people are moving here for good reason. We can enrich our community by being open to new things while celebrating and honoring our past.

Meagan Gray moved to Snohomish with her family 25 years ago. She grew up along the Centennial trail, enjoyed Kla-Ha-Ya days during the summer and visiting local farms in the fall. She attended school at Central & Emerson Elementary, Valley View Middle School and graduated from Snohomish High School. She has been a hair stylist in the community for over 10 years and currently works at a local salon downtown Snohomish.

 

Meagan has served on the Open Government Committee and is currently a board member for the Snohomish Historical Society. She volunteers weekly at the Snohomish Food banks and at various  clean up projects around town.

 

Meagan lives downtown Snohomish with her husband and their two cats. She enjoys kayaking, camping and updating their 1950's home.

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together as a community

I love Snohomish: I have grown up, worked, and owned homes here. I have a deep love for its traditions and history. I love something else that seems to have fallen by the wayside: our strength in working together as a community.

I know that in order to get respect, you must give respect- and that respect should start with the leadership. As an Open Government Committee member, I have learned much by listening respectfully to everyone. I would continue this work on City Council to foster the kind of transparent dialogue needed to make our city the best it can be.  I will also balance tradition and change.

 

balance tradition and change

our strength lies in our history

As a member of the Snohomish Historical Society, I promoted the history of our town because I think our strength lies in our history. However, we can also honor our history by welcoming change. Changes such as increasing affordable housing options will enable our long-time residents to remain in the community they helped shape.

We can all agree that our city is a wonderful place to live; people are moving here for good reason. We can enrich our community by being open to new things while celebrating and honoring our past.

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