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Fire District news Three more candidates for the Citizens Advisory Committee were recently interviewed by the Woodinville Fire & Life Safety District commissioners.
   Deborah Marzano addressed the board, listing her qualifications. She has been in government service for more than 20 years, most often as a liaison with community groups. She felt her management skills in this capacity would benefit the department's relationship with the community.
   Jeff Clayton told the board that he has been a Woodinville resident for 9 years and has been a liaison between fire districts and real estate developers. Currently, he is a consultant for schools, training people in earthquake preparation. Clayton has also been active as a member of the Rural Character Task Force, fighting to maintain current levels of water flow capacity to meet fire fighting needs.
   Joseph Rees was the last person to be interviewed. He has been a local resident since 1980 and served on the previous CAC. He is currently the manager of the Lynnwood Branch of Pacific Northwest Bank and is also the president-elect of the South Snohomish County Coalition of Chambers of Commerce.
   In other business before the Commissioners:   The commissioners normally meet at 6 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at the District Headquarters, located at19900 144th Ave NE, Woodinville.