24 apply for vacant seat on Federal Way City Council

24 apply for vacant seat on Federal Way City Council

Interviews to be held this month, date to be announced.

Twenty-four people have applied for position 5 of the Federal Way City Council as the deadline came to a close Aug. 28.

Position 5 was vacated after the July 31 resignation of Council member Mark Koppang.

This appointment will serve from the date of the appointment until the certification of the next general election, at which time a member of the governing body normally would be elected.

Federal Way City Council Position 5 will be added to the 2021 general election to fill the remainder of the term through December 2023.

Candidates will interview with the city council via Zoom during a special meeting held in September. A date has not yet been announced.

The list of applicants includes:

Jimmy Brown

Karen Brugato

Janis Clark

Leandra Craft

ShaQuina Davis

Jack Dovey

Christopher Dowllar

Katherine Festa

Joseph Franco

Debbie Harvey

Deborah Larson

Tony Malone

Deb Mastrobattisto

Sonja Myers

Marcus Niles

Will Pagarigan

Fabian Price

Mehdi Sadri

Susan Sang

Renae Seam

Kimberly Storment

Allison Taylor

Matthew Thomson

Kristopher Wilburn

Applications are available to view below. Redactions have been made by the City of Federal Way for answers that exceeded the 150 word count limit. The Mirror has redacted personal information of the applicants including addresses, emails and phone numbers.

Note: two candidates, John Kim and Ken Condor, have since withdrawn their applications for the position.

Council Pos. 5 Applications… by Olivia

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