Montesano Mayor- Vini Samuel
Councilman Clint Bryson Position 1
Councilman Ian Cope Position 2
Council Antony Chung Position 3
My passion for joining the Montesano City Council is the hope of providing exemplary customer service to the City of Montesano by working with city council members to improve the quality of life, support planned growth, promote public health and maintain public trust, while supporting the surrounding economy with a more competitive infrastructure and a supportive business climate.
My skills are in retail sales, real estate, web-based advertising, customer service, and the hospitality industry. Currently, I am working as the Director of Operations for the Montesano GuestHouse Inn and Suites. I have served on the board for the Montesano Chamber of Commerce for a short time and I am currently on the board for the Grays Harbor Sport Fishing Coalition and an active member of the Coastal Conservation Association. I also work with students with special needs to provide them with technical employment skills to prepare them for life after high school.
Montesano is my home. I have lived here more than 18 years of my life and the success and well being of every patron in this town is important to me. I vow to be a voice of the people and represent the members of this great city well.
Antony S. Chung
Councilman Dave Skaramuca Position 4
Councilwoman Nikki King Position 5
Councilman Tyler Trimble Position 6
Councilman Dan Wood Position 7
He had managed candidate campaigns, public relations projects, and conventions with several hundred attendees.
As a non-profit leader, he led a 10-year successful campaign to construct a $15 million commercial-scale wind project. As a public official, he authorized and saw to completion multi-million-dollar projects for infrastructure (rail, road, sewer, and water), building construction and renovation (courthouse, schools, and public safety facilities).
As a county commissioner, Dan co-managed a public entity with several-hundred employees and combined budgets of about $100 million. This involved coordinating with other elected officials, working with various levels of government, managing contracts and projects and duvet adoption and supervision. Dan has also been involved in successful disaster relief and social service programs and focused efforts.
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