Paul for Ronald Wastewater Commissioner

Paul Barrera is your choice to bring good judgment, transparency, and independence to the Ronald Wastewater District.

Paul Barrera has good judgment. Paul is a business and tax lawyer who regularly advises individuals, businesses, and trusts and estates on how to minimize their legal spend and maximize the best outcome. Paul will bring that good judgment to the Ronald Wastewater District to reduce legal spend and ensure smooth relationships with other government agencies and private sector entities.

Paul Barrera wants to bring transparency to the Ronald Wastewater Commissioner meetings. In the last six months, the Commissioners have scheduled meetings during the day, when many of our commuter ratepayers are unable to attend. Additionally, the Commissioners have held special sessions to discuss various matters in Executive Session almost regularly. The practice of open meetings needs to be observed as the rule, and Executive Sessions observed as an exception to the open meeting rule.

Paul Barrera wants to bring independence to the Ronald Wastewater District. As long as the Ronald Wastewater District exists as a separate entity from the City of Shoreline, King County, the Town of Woodway, and Snohomish County, the Ronald Wastewater Commissioners must zealously advocate for the ratepayers. That zealous advocacy is independent consideration of the challenges that face this special purpose district for the benefit of the ratepayers.

This November 7, 2017, vote for Paul Barrera for Commissioner No. 5, Ronald Wastewater District.

About Paul

Paul is a new lawyer, a husband, and the father of three children. As a new lawyer, Paul founded North City Law in Shoreline, where he concentrates on business and tax matters for individuals, businesses, and trusts and estates. As a husband, Paul has been married to his wife Michaele since 2008. As the father of three children, Paul strives to keep up with his two boys and daughter, all under age 5.

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