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Tag: CORRY GLUCOFT

Oct.
18th

PUYALLUP: Corry Glucoft for City Council District 1

I am very impressed with Corry Glucoft, a candidate running for the Puyallup City Council, District 1. Glucoft will bring youth, passion and a willingness to work with others to the council. As The News Tribune editorial board so correctly stated (editorial, 10-17), “She has youth and enthusiasm on her side.”

Glucoft is a business owner and cares about our economy, business owners and needs of the community at large. She has a great sense of civic pride and believes parks and recreation programs are important to our quality of life.

She wants to resolve the parking problem facing

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Oct.
18th

PUYALLUP: City Council needs fresh voices

The News Tribune editorial board got it right when it endorsed Heather Shadko and Julie Door for Puyallup City Council (editorial, 10-17).

I would have liked to see Corry Glucoft endorsed as well for the District 1 council position.

The editorial did note that her opponent consistently aligns himself with council members Rick Hansen, John Knutsen and Steve Vermillion. This foursome has created a troublesome majority, a lot of dissension and uncivilized behavior on the council.

Glucoft would bring a fresh voice to the council, with new ideas and vision for the city. The TNT referred to Glucoft as

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Oct.
15th

PUYALLUP: Glucoft offers balance, perspective

Corry Glucoft is the best choice for Puyallup City Council, District 1.

Glucoft and her family live in downtown Puyallup. As a mom of a 9-year-old daughter attending Meeker Elementary School, she offers a new perspective to the current City Council.

Glucoft has practical solutions to help District 1 thrive in our growing economy. She has a passion for her community. She realizes that public safety is an anchor of strength as our community continues to grow. She will always make decisions based on what is best for our community.

She will bring a much-needed balance to our current council.

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Oct.
4th

PUYALLLUP: Bring balance back to City Council

The present all-male City Council does not reflect the demographic makeup of my hometown Puyallup’s population. More than 51 percent of us are female. I’m grateful for the opportunity to rectify that inequity Nov. 5 by casting my vote for District 1 candidate Corry Glucoft.

Glucoft, her husband Steve and their daughter live downtown, where they operate a small business restoring antique cars. She knows what policy changes are needed to attract new businesses downtown. She is also dedicated to preserving Puyallup’s history and way of life and building safe and livable communities.

The Glucoft family shops at the Saturday

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