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Letter: Support Pond for city council

By Terah Pitchford, Vancouver
Published: August 3, 2019, 6:00am

As Vancouver grows and changes, so should our city council. In Mike Pond, we have a city council candidate that brings a new perspective and new energy to council, as well as a breadth of experience through his community engagement. As someone who is a fifth-generation Washingtonian and was born, raised, and educated in Southwest Washington, Mike Pond has the know-how to hit the ground running and the attitude to re-energize the council. #VotePond for Vancouver City Council Position 6.

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