Voter’s pamphlet statement
Milton (Milt) Tremblay is running for Pierce County Council District 1. You can vote for Milt in the August 7, 2018 primary election. You must be a registered voter in Pierce County and reside in council district 1.
Need to register?
Voters new to Washington State can register in-person only through Monday, July 30, 2018 at the Pierce County Election Center M-F 8:30-4:30.
Below is Milt Tremblay’s statement submitted for the Pierce County voter’s pamphlet:
Elected Experience: Buckley City Council- 2011-Present, Pierce County Regional Council- 2015-Present (Chair), Zoo and Trek Authority- 2014-Present (Chair), White River School Board- 1990-93
Other Professional Experience: Director of Strategic Planning and Sustainability- UW Tacoma (2005-2017), Deputy Assistant Director for Capital Facilities- State Capitol (2003-2005), Director of Facilities- White River School District- 1996-2003, Hillstrom Cabinets- Estimator/Project Manager- 1983-1995, Bayley Construction- Project Manager- 1980-83, United States Air Force- Captain/Instructor Pilot- 1974-1980
Education: Bachelor of Architecture- University of Miami
Community Service: South Prairie Planning Commission- 1983-1989, White River Career Technical Advisory and Bond Committees, Coach, Announcer, Statistician, Referee
Statement: Pierce County needs is a strong leader who has a vision for a better community. We need someone who is conservative, patriotic, disciplined, hard-working, and respectful. Who has the ability to respond to challenges in a decisive manner. Milt learned these skills while serving our country. We need someone who understands both private business and public service. Who knows that the best way to grow our economy is to work with employers and entrepreneurs to remove barriers so that they can continue to expand our tax base and provide the resources necessary to address challenges. Milt has demonstrated his ability to listen, lead, identify solutions, build consensus and make things happen. He is an experienced strategic and urban planner who understands that just providing funding without knowing what you want is a wasteful exercise in futility. He has been serving our communities for over 40 years. We need to bring back a sense of security so that our youth can feel safe in our schools and neighborhoods. We need someone who is creative and connected, who can bring us together and has the passion, integrity, trust and experience necessary to make change possible. We need Milt Tremblay now!