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Testimonial for council candidate Flygare | Federal Way letters

Federal Way City Council candidate Roger Flygare and I had the same idea of building a city center/convention center at the old AMC Theater site to bring outside money into Federal Way. We need new ideas and Roger is thinking outside the box.

I have witnessed Roger’s care for others. I was riding along with Roger when he saw a disabled man sitting idle in his motorized wheel chair on S. 320th Street. Roger pulled over and went to check on this man and ended up pushing him a couple of blocks to where he lives. This is only one of the many attributes of Roger.

I have had the pleasure of “signing” with Roger and his family, his employees, and his campaign manager who are all dedicated to seeing Roger elected to the Federal Way City Council. His employees volunteered to hit S. 320th Street at 5 a.m. to sign wave for Roger. How’s that for employee management relations, having employees who believe in him to support him through the duration of this campaign.

Roger and I found it important enough to attend the light rail town hall discussion in Burien recently. Roger felt that he should have more knowledge on the matter to fight for service into Federal Way.

I knew and respected Roger’s father-in-law, retired Senator Frank Warnke, who was a neighbor. Frank Warnke passed on Sept. 23, 2011. Frank, you will be missed.

I urge and request a vote, by Nov. 8, for Roger Flygare for Federal Way City Council, position 3.

Thank you for your consideration for my candidate, Roger Flygare.

Carroll Fisher, Federal Way

 

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