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Ryan Burnett

Name: Ryan Burnett
Running For: City of Auburn City Council Position No. 5
Current Position: Mayor’s New Jobs Task Force
City: Auburn, Wa
Website: 
Social Media: Facebook 
PDC Page: Ryan Burnett, 2019
Education: Agape Boarding School, Valedictorian; U.S.Army
Occupation: Room Chef/Chef de Cuisine, Muckleshoot Indian Casino

Endorsements:

Public Statements from  Candidate:

Statement from Burnett’s Campaign Facebook Page: “As an Auburn city resident, I see many priorities facing us including displaced families, a safer community, the opioid crisis, having a financially stable city, more jobs and business opportunities, roadwork and more. As a council member, I vow to work towards the success of these.

As a Chef, mentor and restaurant manager for 19 years, I have developed the strengths of leadership and problem-solving. I am known for my passion and taking action in finding ways to improve systems, processes, and procedures. In my current position, I successfully manage a budget greater than that of the City of Auburn, so I understand money management. I volunteer at my daughter’s school in Auburn and am an inaugural member of the Mayor’s new Jobs Task Force.

I have the good of the city and our people as my focus. When elected, I will passionately commit to bettering our community.”

From Burnett’s Facebook Page: “As an inaugural member of the mayor’s new jobs task force, I aim to find ways to connect job seekers with affordable and adequate job training. I look forward to supporting ways to make training feasible and accessible to city of Auburn residents to reduce rates of unemployment.

From Burnett’s Facebook Page: “As a city council member, I will have the power to influence zoning laws to support affordable housing improvements in Auburn. I will push to improve housing that supports low income families and improves homelessness in our city. Looking forward to having your support in the city council election!”

Statement from Burnett’s GoFundMe Page: “Hi, My name is Ryan Burnett and I am running for Auburn City Council, Position #5. As an Auburn resident, I have witnessed many positive and negative changes to our city.  The residential/retail space built on A St NE, providing small business opportunities and affordable living for both senior and low-income citizens.  The expansion space for the Auburn Farmer’s Market and civic art. The Muckleshoot Tribe investing in the city with the racetrack and opportunities within our city. Many priorities face us, including displaced families, a safer community, the opioid crisis, having a financially stable city, more jobs and business opportunities, roadwork and more.  As a council member, I vow to work towards the success of these. As a Chef, mentor and restaurant manager for 19 years, I have developed the strengths of problem solving and leadership abilities.  I am known for my passion, taking initiative and being proactive in problem solving, constantly looking for ways to improve systems, processes and procedures.  In my current position, I manage a budget greater than the City of Auburn. I volunteer at my daughter’s school in Auburn and am an inaugural member of the Mayor’s new Jobs Task Force. Some of the candidates are recent political transplants with partisan agendas.  I truly have the good of the city and it’s people at the front of my intentions, and when elected, I will passionately commit to bettering our community. My campaign needs donations to assist in the cost of printing signs and flyers. Please donate what you can afford, even $1 helps. Thank you so much, Ryan Burnett”

Q&A in the Auburn Reporter: Read Here

King County Elections Voter Pamphlet Statement: “As an Auburn city resident I see many priorities facing us including displaced families, a safer community, the opioid crisis, having a financially stable city, more jobs and business opportunities, roadwork and more.  As a council member, I vow to work towards the success of these.

As a Chef, mentor and restaurant manager for 19 years, I have developed the strengths of leadership and problem solving.  I am known for my passion and taking action in finding ways to improve systems, processes and procedures. In my current position, I successfully manage a budget greater than that of the City of Auburn, so I understand money management.  I volunteer at my daughter’s school in Auburn and am an inaugural member of the Mayor’s new Jobs Task Force.

I have the good of the city and our people as my focus. When elected, I will passionately commit to bettering our community.

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