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PUYALLUP: Martineau’s vision for city flawed

Letter by Shelley L. Krashowetz, Puyallup on Oct. 4, 2011 at 4:14 pm with 1 Comment »
October 5, 2011 9:31 am

I am excited about Puyallup’s upcoming election, especially in the clear choice between Steve Vermillion and Nicole Martineau. I do not appreciate her views on what she sees for Puyallup’s future.

One issue is her idea of cramming more “cottages” downtown. I own and live in a condo downtown where we have one parking space per unit along with our garage. So little parking for the owners and their guests/family at our condos has caused nothing but problems and friction between us all.

I know firsthand how stupid it is to pile units so close together. Calling them “cottages” doesn’t change what they become – a series of problems that can’t be solved.

I urge all young adults in our town to really look at Vermillion’s experience, ideas, accomplishments and vision. I believe he will bring solutions to some of our serious problems and not create more problems due to inexperience. Martineau’s few hours in a classroom as a teacher aide and limited work experience certainly do not in any way qualify her to make sound business decisions for our city.

I am putting my vote and future on Vermillion.

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  1. puyallupmutt says:

    What do you expect from Martineau ? Her campaign war chest is bankrolled by Pierce County Affordable Housing (champions of the Salishan disaster) and one of her political coaches is developer Mike Cina who just happens to own the first two current locations where these cottage monstrosities will be bulit.

    Martineau is just a cheap council wannabee who will vote any way you want if you give her a couple of bucks. There is a more common name for someone who fits that profile.

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