Choose Noble-Gulliford for council position 4

What’s the best investment you could make? Well, that depends, right? Am I talking about your money or your life?

What I am talking about is both.

We are all aware of the growth in Federal Way. We see the very good and the not-so-good. We’re excited about the opportunities ahead, and there are pitfalls out there, too.

Seeing opportunities may look easy, but I’d like to mention that is because experience and training make the best road become visible.

And when it comes to avoiding danger, wouldn’t you agree that knowledge and experience help you know how to interpret signs of trouble before you make a big mistake?

So I ask you, if you were hiring a pilot, a surgeon, a football team or a city council member, why would you hire a team of rookies?

In a very real sense, our lives — our quality of life and our money — our taxes and debts are in the hands of leaders in the city of Federal Way.

I recommend that you choose Diana Noble-Gulliford for City Council Position No. 4 for her steady experience and her many years of commitment.

Diana will do all the work necessary to lead our city with honesty, curiosity and fulltime commitment to all the people of Federal Way.

Vote Diana for position No. 4 on Nov. 7.

Maureen Bernardy, Federal Way

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