VIDEO LETTER: City Council Candidate Ed Dacy’s View On Annexation

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My most recent video outlines my views on annexation of the Top Hat/White Center area into the City of Burien:

– Ed Dacy



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3 Responses to “VIDEO LETTER: City Council Candidate Ed Dacy’s View On Annexation”
  1. Heidi says:

    As a North Highline Unincorporated Area resident, not once have I ever known the North Highline Unincorporated Area Council to endorse or campaign for anyone running for a public office. In fact, their by-laws and signed contract with King County prohibits the Council from doing so. Contact NHUAC at: to verify that the statements made in this video are incorrect.

  2. Bobby Leon says:

    Mr. Dacy I have asked Greg Duff if the North Highline Unincorporated Council would be endorsing his campaign and he was very quick to tell me that it would be illegal for them to do so. You said you heard him say he was going to register voters and I can believe that. Every American citizen should be registered to vote.
    I agree with what you said about Lucy Krakowiak. She claimed a conflict of interest when it came to voting against the closing of the White Center and Boulvard Park Libraries because she is a VOLUNTEER on the King County Library Board. She was elected by the citizens of Burien to represent ALL the citizens of Burien and she is paid by the citizens to do just that, and yet she will only support a small, select group of people .
    In your future videos, please stick to the facts and not your opinions because your opinions are wrong about Mr. Duff.

  3. John Poitras says:

    THank you Ed for a thoughtful video on annexation that I totally agree with .

    I am a Burien resident and the rush to annexation by the current city council and the city manager is NOT in the best interests of the residents of Burien.

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