Northwest NEWS

May 24, 1999

Local News

Kenmore Planning Commission finalists to be interviewed

   Of the 44 residents who applied for a seat on the Kenmore Planning Commission, the City Council has narrowed the field to 19, from which nine will be chosen to make up the new commission.

   The finalists are: Bruce Blackburn, who has lived in Kenmore 11 years and is a city planner in Bothell; Paul Cole, a 20-year resident with careers in real estate and contracting; Joe Creager, 41 years in Kenmore, is a retired professor of oceanography and geological sciences.

   Jerry Crippes, a 23-year resident, is a retired contractor; Dennis DePape, 15 years in Kenmore, is an architect; Roxanne Hamilton, a Kenmore resident for 11 years, is a landscape architecture instructor.

   Rashi Luke, a student in the UW Graduate School of Public Affairs, has been a resident for five years; David Maehren, a 20-year resident, is a captain with the King County Sheriffs Department. Clyde Merriwether, a 13-year resident, is an architect.

   Teresa Michelson is an environmental consultant who has lived in Kenmore for five years. Victor Orris is a retired engineer and a 4-year resident; Lisa Petro, a 6-year resident, is employed by the U.S. Department of Commerce; John Phelps, who has resided in Kenmore for 13 years, is a retired accountant; Jonathan Regala is a city planner for Kirkland and has lived in Kenmore for 14 years.

   Jennifer Simpson Robertson, a 23 year resident, is an attorney. Elmer Skold, who has lived here for 23 years, is retired from the U.S. Department of the Treasury; Floyd Springer has lived in Kenmore for 43 years and is an architectural engineer; Debra Srebnik is a doctor of clinical psychology and has been a Kenmore resident for 17 years.

   The finalists will be interviewed by the City Council May 25, 26, and June 3 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the new city hall site (formerly Wells Fargo Bank), 6700 NE 181st St.