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August 1, 2017 Primary Election

City Council Position 9

Pauly Giuglianotti

414 NE Ravenna Blvd Ste A #1030
Seattle, WA 98115
(516) 847-2859
pauly@paulyg.org

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Written Voters' Guide Statement

Who is Pauly G? I happen to be a gay man with a background in aerospace engineering (i.e., rocket science). I’m running for Seattle City Council Position 9 to use all my faculties, skills and passion to help this city and its people.

I’m a young working professional. I helped make airplane parts as a systems engineer at the Boeing Company. I contributed to research on aviation biofuels and manufacturing processes reducing waste to landfill. I care about the earth.

I’m uniquely knowledgeable about transportation as an engineer and mass transit user. I live without a car and use public transit extensively. I passionately cycle to every Seattle neighborhood and district on my bikes Clementine and Ole Lavender whose names denote their colors.

I call the following good Paul-icy!

The Homeless: Safeguard Seattle’s Morality

The campaign is organizing an interfaith ceremony called A Forum for the Not Forgotten: Our Heart Is Your Home. All people of goodwill and leaders of faith shall have the opportunity to raise citizenry awareness and social consciousness. All available solutions should be utilized and no city expenditure alone can save us from ourselves. I will use this office to galvanize volunteerism along with Paul-icy. Everyone must welcome our homeless friends back into Seattle society.

Transportation: The Traffic Terror

I want the local government to work with all stakeholders to forward faster solutions like building infrastructure, prioritizing high volume routes and expanding new transportation modes. The council must ensure the billions to be spent via ST3 is done so wisely and congruently with community input.

Economic: Build Housing Wisely and Diversify

I want to expand current partnerships and build new ones between communities, colleges and businesses (tech firms, shipping, etc.) that need skilled workers. The city must facilitate the production of affordable housing like micro apartments with extensive local input and new enforceable requirements. I will advocate to preserve Seattle’s diversity, character and culture.

Emerald Environment: Aligning Values with Paul-icy

I want to beautify Seattle while creating jobs. Let’s employ those in need by increasing incentives to clean the city. The government can befriend businesses and change products to become more recyclable, organic, sustainable and fair. Seattle should enormously expand community gardens. The council must prepare now for the long-term consequences of climate change. I plan to make Seattle a city with net-zero impact by all measures.

I’m Pauly G and I’m asking for your vote.

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