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The survey is designed to take about 10 minutes to complete and asks questions about:
-- Individual use of county solid waste facilities. -- The structure of county solid waste management. -- Paying for solid waste services. -- And it provides space for other comments and recommendations.In their words: Candidates for sheriff | Jeff Asher
Jeff Asher: ‘My ideas represent your vision for public safety’ I would like to take this opportunity to talk about how this election fits into the great experiment in democracy that we started in 1776.
Anyone who has been following the contest for sheriff knows that this has been a tough run for me, as some in the Sheriff’s Department have kept up a steady stream of formal and informal attacks on me, my family, and my candidacy.In their words: Candidates for sheriff | Brad Fincher
Brad Fincher: ‘I can manage our resources to their fullest' The question I am asked the most is “Why do you want to be sheriff?”
I love this community. My wife Debbi and I are raising our two sons here. I am personally invested in keeping San Juan County safe. This is my chance to serve our community in the highest capacity possible.In their words: Candidates for sheriff | Brent Johnson
Brent Johnson: ‘The budget will affect how we train, enforce’ My family and I chose to move to the San Juan Islands and live here because of this unique and caring community.
I witness how members of our community pull together on a daily basis in the multiple organizations that I volunteer in. I know we have some of the finest deputies in the state and they truly care about the people they serve.In their words: Candidates for sheriff | Felix Menjivar
Rob Nou: ‘I have the background to hit the ground running’ As you look over your primary election ballot, I truly hope that each of you carefully consider the choices before you — particularly as you cast your vote for San Juan County sheriff. You currently have five choices, and the top two will advance to the general election in November.
The sheriff should be a proven leader. He is the chief law enforcement officer for the county, responsible for providing our island communities with the levels of service and protection that you expect and deserve. I have served as the “top cop,” — as the Chief of Police in Burns, Ore., from 2004-08. I led an agency of five full-time officers. The agency also had the 911 center which served the entire county.