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Holtzclaw seeks Mill Creek City Council seat

Brian Holtzclaw, a 10-year Mill Creek resident, believes he can help solve our city's challenges through careful fiscal planning and cost control instead of increasing taxes.
Brian Holtzclaw is running for Mill Creek City Council. Photo credit: Brian Holzclaw.

From a Holtzclaw campaign news release.

Brian Holtzclaw, a 10-year Mill Creek resident, believes he can help solve our city's challenges through careful fiscal planning and cost control instead of increasing taxes.

Holtzclaw is a native Washingtonian.  He attended Whitman College in Walla Walla and graduated from University of Puget Sound School of Law. He has been a licensed attorney for almost 20 years.

His wife, Amy and their two boys live in the Brighton subdivision. They are active in Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Mill Creek Little League.

Holtzclaw's priorities:

1. Insure our neighborhoods are safe. Public safety will always be the top priority.

2. Manage the growth in and around Mill Creek to minimize impacts on our community.

3. Create economic development by supporting existing businesses and recruiting desirable new retailers to locate in our City.

4. Eliminate wasteful spending.  We don't want the council approving a utility tax to pay for a new city hall.

"As a council member I will work to preserve and enhance our wonderful community," said Holtzclaw.

Holtzclaw will appear on the ballot in the November general election. He will be running against incumbent Bart (Tim) Masterson who was first elected to the Mill Creek City Council in 2009.

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