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New staff joins city

new city staff

New city staff employees (left to right) Cindy Shelton, Scott Nutter, and Stacey Giusti.
Photo by Andrew Walgamott/Northwest News.

new staff by Andrew Walgamott
Several new faces have joined the staff at City Hall. Scott Nutter, Cindy Shelton, and Stacey Giusti were introduced to the City Council at the Mar. 24 meeting.
   Public Services Administrator Ron Cameron introduced Scott Nutter, an engineer, who will work with traffic studies, development reviews, and surface water management. Nutter is a Washington State University graduate and has worked in the Skagit Valley. He lives in Lynnwood and is engaged to be married in September.
   Parks and Recreation Director Lane Youngblood introduced Cindy Shelton, a recreation programmer. Shelton comes from Edmonds Parks and Recreation and is a University of Washington graduate in kinesiology. Shelton and her husband have lived near Avondale Road for the past year and a half. Her husband teaches in the area. Shelton was happy to be aboard, saying, "There's a big opportunity to be undertaken here."
   City Clerk Jim Katica introduced Stacey Giusti, the new administrative assistant. She comes from Richland. Giusti is married with two daughters. Her husband is a PE teacher at three different schools.