Paul Roberts To Seek 4th Everett City Council Term

February 10, 2017

Everett Government

Received an announcement from Paul Roberts that he intends to seek re-election to the Everett City Council. Here’s what he provided Friday afternoon…

Paul Roberts

Paul Roberts. Candidate provided photo

City Council member Paul Roberts announced he will seek reelection to the Everett City Council this year. Roberts was first elected to the Council in 2005, and reelected in 2009 and 2013. Roberts also represents the City of Everett on state and regional boards including serving as Chair of the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency Board, the Sound Transit Board, and the Association of Washington Cities Board where he served as President. Roberts also serves on the Puget Sound Regional Council Transportation Policy Board.

Roberts’ professional career spans over 40 years in city management, and private consulting related to transportation, environment and land use issues. He served as an advisor to former Governor Booth Gardner building the Everett Navy Base and Chief of Staff to former Congressman Norm Dicks.

In announcing his intention to run Roberts said: “It is an honor to serve the citizens of Everett on the City Council. I have worked to develop jobs, a healthy economy, a healthy environment, and improve our quality of life in Everett. Roberts said: “There is more work to be done to unify all of Everett, create an attractive place for all residents and address issues such as climate change and infrastructure needs.”

Roberts is married to Marianne, and they have raised three children in Everett.

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