© 2019 sponsored by Friends of Ron Frederick for DuPont Mayor

JULY 6, 2019

I had a great discussion this morning at the Chloe Clark Statue with DuPont citizen Justin McNeil and his four legged friend. Justin is a former military man who is now a teacher in Yelm. He is concerned about development issues and quality of life issues here in DuPont. Like many of us, quality of life is the reason he moved to DuPont. I told Justin he would make a great young mayor but he said he wants me to hold on to the torch a little while longer. Later, I met Jeff and Pam Foe at Cafe J. Jeff said he was curious about the Mayor's recent communication in the utility bill. The Mayor said he was surprised by the recent ruling by the Hearing Examiner denying the warehouse on Lot Y by Sequalitchew Creek. Many citizens packed that hearing and gave testimony. Why was the Mayor surprised? Because the Hearing Examiner overturned two decades of previous determinations? Maybe those previous determinations allowing giant warehouses were wrong!

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JULY 8, 2019

I spoke to some wonderful DuPont citizens this evening in Rancho Madrona. In the top photo, Erick Thomas is a retired Washington State Patrol officer and lifelong DuPont resident. He is very knowledgeable about traffic issues and can be of assistance to us in mitigating the present and coming traffic Armageddon. In the bottom photo is the wonderful Ireland family giving our campaign strong support. We love Rancho Madrona and all of our supporters there.

JULY 11, 2019

I had a great conversation tonight with Jason Williams who is one of our wonderful supporters up on Bell Hill. Jason says that something is amiss in our city and we need to fix it.

JULY 11, 2019

I had a great conversation tonight with Jason Williams who is one of our wonderful supporters up on Bell Hill. Jason says that something is amiss in our city and we need to fix it.

JULY 18, 2019

I met with the DuPont Mom's Club this morning. These young moms have great ideas about how to keep DuPont a family-friendly city. They are invested in their community and ready to help our moms. Many of our moms have deployed spouses and can often use a helping hand.