DLWID Candidates Announced

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There are two positions up for election on May 19.  DLWID Board positions 4 and 5 are available.  Two candidates, Kathy Kremer, and Steve Brown, have submitted paperwork to run and hope to fill the open board position. The candidates provided us an introduction to their campaign, so lets meet them.  Both candidates have been endorsed by members of the community as well as Coastal Lakes Environment Action Network, read more at www.coastallakes.org.

Kathy Kremer 

Kathy Kremer has owned my home on Devils Lake for 17 years and worked in the local hospital for much of that time. She was born and raised in Grant County. She has a great passion for our State and especially Devils Lake. She feels it is very important to keep the lake open to all for their enjoyment.

Last summer, she volunteered for the Devils Lake Water Improvement District (DLWID) Save Our Shoreline Committee. She has been performing water quality testing two days a week with other committee members, helping to ensure that the water was safe for all.

Her involvement with the SOS committee has inspired her to increase her participation in the District activities. Kathy says "It would be a privilege to serve on the DLWID Board and assist with our lake's bright future."  More information about Kathy is available at here website, www.choosekathykremer.com

Steve Brown

Steve Brown was born in Salt Lake City, Utah at the age of 5 his parents moved to Washington State where he remained until 1984 in 1984 Steve moved to Juneau, Alaska to open a new store for Fred Meyer Inc. remained till 1986 then moved to Oregon. Steve has spent most of his life in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.  He has been a local Lincoln City businessman for 12 years participating in Chamber and other local organizations.  He has lived on the shores of Devils Lake for 10 years and is devoted to its well-being. 

Steve has had a varied career in retail management and marketing and ownership, most recently the owner operator of the Lincoln City Liquor Outlet and the Battle Creek Liquor Outlet. Previous positions included the Vice President of Hangars Unlimited and Fred Meyer Store Director for 25 years.

Steve’s government experience includes;

•    Working with Oregon’s Legislature 12 years
•    Co-author SB 141
•    Served on several OLCC committees
•    Past President Associated Liquor Stores of Oregon
•    Current board member Associated Liquor Stores of Oregon
•    In depth knowledge of county and local government issues

He is already actively working toward the benefit of the lake as a member of the DLWID Special Projects Committee, DLWID budget committee and as a Board member of the Devils Lake Neighborhood Association.  More information about Steve is available at here website, www.choosestevebrown.com.

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