Affordable Housing and Homelessness Platforms – District 6 Candidates

Primary elections are just a few short weeks away, do you know how the District 6 candidates feel about homelessness and affordable housing?  The Washington Housing Alliance Action Fund collected questionnaires from three District 6 candidates, Catherine Weatbrook, Mike O’Brien, and Jon Lisbin.  There is no questionnaire available from Stan Shaufler.  The questionnaires provide voters with the opportunity to better understand how the candidates would address the unmet need for affordable homes in Seattle.  

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To read each candidate’s answers, click their image below.

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Seattle City Council District 6 Candidates Forum – June 6, 2015

Updated May 30, 2015

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There are FOUR candidates running to represent us in the Seattle City Council District 6 race. Newcomer Stan Shaufler has joined Jon Lisbin, Catherine Weatbrook, and Mike O’Brien in the race to represent Green Lake to Golden Gardens.  We will have a primary election, but before that happens join your neighbors at the District 6 candidates forum presented by the Phinney Neighborhood Association!

WHEN: Saturday, June 6, 2015
TIME: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
WHERE: Phinney Neighborhood Center, 6532 Phinney Ave. N., Lower Brick Building

You can also learn more about the candidates by visiting them online:

Catherine Weatbrook
Facebook: Friends of Catherine Weatbrook: Ballard Fremont Green Lake Greenwood:
Website: http://www.catherine4district6.com/

Mike O’Brien
Facebook: Mike O’Brien
Website: http://www.obrienforseattle.com/

Jon Lisbin
Facebook: Jon Lisbin
Website: jonlisbinmovesseattle.com

Stan Shaufler
Facebook: No data available
Website: http://www2.seattle.gov/ethics/eldata/filings/campaignhome.asp?elcycle=el15a&campuni=461

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NW 65th Street Clean Up — Thank You Volunteers!

THANK YOU to all the volunteers who turned out for the NW 65th Street Clean Up this morning! We collected 5 bags of trash, mostly cigarette butts, which is a HUGE improvement over last years clean up.

Thank You to Gretchen Spath, neighbor and owner of Cafe Bambino, for “fueling” our volunteers with free coffee.

Thank You to Justin Taft, owner of The Ridgeback Cafe, for allowing us to dispose of the trash in his waste bins.

Thank You to Catherine Weatbrook, Seattle City Council District 6 Candidate, for joining us today.

And finally… Thank You to Liza White, neighbor and owner of Four Legged Friends, for adopting NW 65th as part of the City of Seattle‘s Adopt-A-Street program.

We look forward to the next clean up!

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