Kirsten Wyatt is the leader our district needs now
Leadership in the time of great crisis and rebuilding is imperative. That's why I'm supporting Kirsten Wyatt for Position 3 on the WLWV School Board.
Whether Kirsten is working in her professional capacity, volunteering within our community or helping her kids navigate through one of the most challenging school years, she embodies tenacity and hope. Kirsten's solution-centered outlook ensured our District's budget became a standard bearer and award winner. Her support of the Library Foundation has added stability and financial solvency. Above all, I see Kirsten as someone our children, families, teachers and staff can look to for support, empathy, guidance and clarity.
We live in an amazing community and we deserve great leaders. There's no one better in this exact moment to bring us through these tumultuous times than Kirsten Wyatt.
Kirsten Wyatt: Ready to lead on day one
As mayor of West Linn, and a mom, I know how important it is to elect dedicated, thoughtful and competent people to leadership roles in our community. That is why I am supporting Kirsten Wyatt for WLWV School Board.
Kirsten's commitment to our community can be seen in her roles as chair of the School District Budget Committee and West Linn Library Foundation. Kirstin's commitment to service is also deeply woven throughout her professional career as executive director of ELGL, where she uses her leadership skills to impact and shape local governments across the country. Kirsten has an acute openness to learning, solution-centric ideals, and connects with people on a human level. She is a skilled policymaker and approaches issues with a focus on equity and inclusion. Kirsten is a leader our community can trust and our kids can look up to during these trying times.
Please join me in voting for Kirsten Wyatt for Position 3 on the WLWV School Board!
Mayor of West Linn
We still need new community facilities
At first the building was the Incredible Universe — filled with incredible experiences.
Then it became Fry's Electronics. For decades we have yearned for a building to house an indoor pool and a performing arts center close to Town Center with adequate parking. Cha-ching!!!!!
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