I feel deeply committed to serve as a devoted caretaker of this amazing place known as Island County, and having lived on Whidbey Island and spent the last nine years working intimately with the Board of Island County Commissioners, I wish to continue the forward movement of both sense and compassion established by Helen Price-Johnson and other community leaders.

- Melanie Bacon

Endorsements for Melanie - District I County Commissioner Candidate

MELANIE BACON
Island County Citizens Who Endorse Mel's Campaign

Melanie feels deeply committed to serve as a devoted caretaker of this amazing place known as Island County, and having spent the last nine years working intimately with the Board of Island County Commissioners, she wishes to continue the forward movement of both sense and compassion established by Helen Price-Johnson and other community leaders.

Endorsements to Date (1/28/20):

Mitchell Allen

Stacie Burgua

Kenneth Cohen

Richard Draves

Michael Ferri

Nicholas Fowler

Thomas Fox

Dayle Gray

Sharen Heath

Jackie Henderson

Heidi Hoelting

Janet Johnston

Deborah Jones

Kimberley Jordan

Susan Lindsey-Cohen

Tamara MacKner

Janice O’Mahoney

Joni Panciera

Billie Risa-Draves

Melody Risner

Pamela Schell

James Sherman


Melanie is committed to ensuring:
·                 Local government that wisely manages Island County growth. Citizens are deeply concerned about housing and jobs, but there is also concern that overly aggressive growth will negatively impact the quality of life.
·                 A priority on environmental common sense. Citizens want clean beaches and water, healthy woods, abundant bird and animal life, and clean, safe trails and parks in which to enjoy them. We know we live in a magical place, and we want our government to preserve and enhance our pleasure in living here.
·                 Smart government on a budget. Accepting the reality of Island County resources, it becomes vital more than ever in 2020 that we maximize ways to develop technological tools and best practices in a variety of areas. Citizens expect knowledgeable and responsive staff, and county processes must be made more efficient and accessible to everyone.
·                 Public transportation options that remain available without falter. The Board of County Commissioners must work with appropriate agencies to improve and protect our public transportation. Each year a new threat to Island Transit looms despite it being a tremendous service to all citizens who use it, and even those who don’t (who enjoy decreased road congestion as a result).



MELANIE BACON AT WORK IN THE COUNTY - Google Search

May 12, 2017 - Oak Harbor attorney Chris Skinner, who represents the guild, argues ... Melanie Bacon, county human resources director, however, said the ...
Island County - Whidbey Island. Thursday May 3, 2018 ... 9:00 a.m. -. Education Session: Melanie Bacon, Island County Human Resources Director. 10:00 a.m..

Apr 12, 2017 - Staff Present: Melanie BaconHuman Resource Director. Others Present: Elaine ... Mentoring Program to Coupeville and South Whidbey.
1 day ago - Island County Human Resources Director Melanie Bacon announced she will ... District 1 is the South Whidbey seat currently held by Helen ...
Jun 15, 2011 - By Jessie Stensland, WHIDBEY NEWS TIMES | on June 15, 2011 ... Human Services Director Melanie Bacon explained that the change amounts to a ... But Larry Larson, former human resources director, lowballed Pederson, ...
He claims that Ms. Melanie Bacon of the Island County Human Resources ..... On their way back to Whidbey Island, Seixas and Nieder had a discussion related ...

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