Bruch has needed experience

Sissi Bruch’s willingness to serve as Clallam County commissioner gives us an exceptional opportunity for outstanding leadership.

Sissi Bruch’s willingness to serve as Clallam County commissioner gives us an exceptional opportunity for outstanding leadership.

Her personal and professional life provides evidence of her dedication to public service. It includes a decade of contributing to Clallam County.

Currently a senior planner for the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, she also is an elected Port Angeles City Council member and serves on city committees. She is a past member of the Port Angeles Planning Commission.

Her experience in private business includes 10 years as a professional planner, designer and project manager for residential and business developments, schools, golf courses and reclamation sites.

As a member of the Planning Board in Lansing, Mich., she reviewed budgets, ordinances and planning documents. Her work included a trail project and redesign of a river front.

With university degrees in psychology, landscape architecture and urban planning and contributions to national and international publications, Dr. Bruch has taught at major universities.

We need her abilities and experience in the position where the retiring county commissioner has served us well. We are fortunate indeed to have her as a candidate.

Robbie and Jim Mantooth

Port Angeles

 

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