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January 26, 1998

Opinion

New mayor wants to know what you think

  As mayor of Woodinville for the next two years I would like to introduce myself. My name is Don Brocha (pronounce it Broshay; I'll tell you the story behind that sometime.) I've lived in Woodinville for 13 years. My son just graduated from Woodinville High, and my daughter attends Wellington Elementary where my wife volunteers several times a week. I work as a software engineer at ATL Ultrasound in Bothell.
  
   I want to meet more of the community and get to know your thoughts on how the city is doing. I also want to know what concerns you, not just with the city, but with everyday life. I will have drop-in hours Thursdays from noon until 1:30 p.m. in the lobby at City Hall so we can talk. Early this spring I will be getting out into the community on the weekends and hopefully one morning a week so we can talk more.
  
   Check the City Upcoming Agendas ad in theWeekly every week to see where I will be. You can always reach me at 485-1652 or 487-7696 as well. Part of my job as mayor is to know what the community thinks and part of your job as a citizen is to help me know. I hope to hear from you soon.
   Bon Brocha, Mayor,
   City of Woodinville