Puyallup’s agricultural history, pioneering heritage and big open spaces are a big part of what makes it a desirable city to live and raise a family. The Farmer’s Market, Daffodil Parade and Fairgrounds bring people out to celebrate our history of farming, flowers and citizens.
As a Puyallup resident, where I have raised my family, I do not want to see Puyallup replacing our open spaces with warehouses. Traffic is a major problem, and when developers want to build huge warehouses, vehicles will come to a standstill.
Heather Shadko has worked tirelessly to preserve our culture and heritage, keep parks beautiful and preserve historic farmlands. She is and always has been a strong advocate for preserving our green areas. She works to bring arts, free family events and environmentally friendly options to the city.
Puyallup is a great place; let’s keep it the best place to live in Pierce County. Vote to reelect Shadko to City Council.
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