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City Council Seat B: Jeff Treannie

Sep 22, 2017
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Promoting positive community and economic growth in our city.

Jeff Treannie was born and raised in Spokane, Washington. He attended East Valley High School and Spokane Community College. He spent most of his time on the farm with his grandparents raising cattle and sheep.

School Board Seat E: Fernando Barrera

Sep 22, 2017

  Growing up in a family of educators instilled in me the significance of education as a basic building block in a young life, I believe Education can be a lifelong endeavor, as early on I witnessed the importance of a daily commitment to education. I found education is not only key to success, but also essential in shaping who we become.

City Council Seat E: John Waldron

Sep 22, 2017
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I first came to Unalaska in 1987 as a private contractor and worked until 1994.  In September of 2005 I decided to return to Unalaska as a police officer.  The decision was easy for me and my wife Robin as we knew about the Unalaska City School District reputation.  I was excited for my three children to attend, which two have graduated.  

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Each year, KUCB offers local candidates the opportunity to tell voters about themselves, their qualifications, and why they are running for office.  This year you'll see 9 names on the ballot for School Board and City Council.  Personal statements from the candidates can be found by following the links below:

City Council Seat G: Shari Coleman

Sep 22, 2017
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I started working in Alaska in 1994, and moved to Unalaska in 1996.  As a native Texan, I had always wanted to live in Alaska, with its truly wide open spaces.  Unalaska quickly became home in my heart, even though the initial plan was for two years.  I came for the land, but stayed because of the people. 

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