Nicandri wants Tumwater seat

March 13th, 2012 by Ken

Former Tumwater City Council member Dave Nicandri has applied for appointment to the council seat left vacant by the death of Ed Stanley.

Nicandri served on the Tumwater Council two decades ago. He recently retired from his position as director of the Washington State Historical Society in Tacoma. “The only misgiving I had in taking the Tacoma position meant I had to give up my Tumwater council seat,” Nicandri said. His accomplishments in that last term was the installation of noise barriers on I-5, a south end pedestrian crossing and a new freeway exit at Tumwater Boulevard.

The former councilmember said his priorities this time would be re-development of the brewery site, maintenance of the city’s existing infrastructure and fully staffing of the north end fire station.

The Tumwater council is currently accepting applications for appointment to the vacant seat.

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