Re-elect Marc San Soucie to the Beaverton City Council on November 4!

Hello, Beaverton neighbors. I am running for re-election to the City Council, so I can continue to serve the City of Beaverton, and so we can keep Beaverton excellent.

What a great place Beaverton is these days! Since the Community Vision was gathered, most actions have been started or finished; by the city, by partner agencies and community organizations, and by our active volunteers. Beavertonís character and capacity are advancing along the path set by your ideas.

Iíve enjoyed working to move Beaverton forward in harmony with your aspirations. Iíve worked hard to be a professional, collaborative leader, while managing our city finances carefully. I feel a great sense of responsibility for this work.

Itís not all perfect. We still have people in need, some struggling businesses, and physical challenges that we have to address. We have to tackle problems and take advantage of opportunities without straining our financial resources, or yours.

Thoughtful, Prepared, Professional

The job of city councilor is to be an open-minded, always listening, proactive cheerleader for the city, offering ideas and perspective to the Mayor, staff, and partners on how best to accomplish city goals, while keeping a knowledgeable eye on city projects and the budget to insure that we make best use of our resources. Plus, explain in clear language how weíve come to our conclusions and decisions.

This requires good listening, good procedures, and good execution. We have to make sure our neighborhoods and business areas continuously improve and stay excellent.

I am committed to remain a thoughtful, prepared, and professional Councilor for Beaverton.

Passionate for Beaverton

Iím proud that I worked with the Mayor to expand the role of the City Council, so we are now an active participant in policy-making and funding considerations well before we get to final decisions.

Iím proud that I convinced City Hall to build our Capital Improvement Plan in a new manner. In 2014 residents will begin contributing meaningfully to decisions about how to spend millions of city dollars.

Iím proud to have led the work to start and fund our Civic Plan. Iím proud to have helped with our plans for business recruitment and marketing. Iím proud to have established priority in our transportation plans for a walkable downtown and neighborhoods. Iím proud that I helped start up our International Celebration, which continues to grow and bring our community together.

Working for All of Beaverton

This is a busy city, and I always work to contribute to our success. I love Beavertonís great neighborhoods, great schools, great parks, and its fabulous diversity of people and cultures. I want to focus our civic work on the people who make up our wonderful and varied community.

Iíve worked to improve Beaverton's government, neighborhoods, arts and social culture, transportation, and environment. Iíve worked to manage our finances and infrastructure efficiently. I've increased opportunities for you to offer us guidance as we make decisions. I project the Cityís positive self image to partners and prospects in an enthusiastic, energizing way.

Iíll keep working to to be creative, persuasive, and innovative, suggesting ideas or alternative approaches to problems and opportunities. We have many great opportunities ahead of us, and Iíll keep working to make them happen.

I'm Positive, Professional, and Develop Great Partnerships

None of this is easy, but I will do my part to get the vital work done. I offer the experience and leadership skills gained over my long professional and volunteer career. I've served Beaverton residents in a number of ways - on the Planning Commission, the Committee for Citizen Involvement, and as a representative to the Joint Water Commission. I help my NAC, I help the Chamber of Commerce, and I help the city and its partners with a number of its public events and projects. I do this because I love Beaverton, and am very happy to give my time.

The people of Beaverton deserve elected leaders who do their work with responsibility, professionalism, and a thoughtful eye toward the future. I will always strive to be that kind of leader for Beaverton.

I hope to earn your vote in the November 4 election. Thank you!

Your Neighbors, Friends, and Leaders Support Marc

Thank you for your support and encouragement. Please contact me to add your name!

Denny Doyle, Mayor of Beaverton
Beaverton City Councilor Mark Fagin
Beaverton School District Board: Mary VanderWeele, Chair, Jeff Hicks, LeeAnn Larsen
Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District Board: Bob Scott, Jerry Jones, Jr.
Tualatin Valley Fire And Rescue District Board: Clark Balfour, Gordon Hovies
State Senator Mark Hass
State Representatives Tobias Read, Jeff Barker
Washington County Auditor John Hutzler
Tualatin Valley Water District Board: Marilyn McWilliams, Dick Schmidt

Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce Candidate Endorsement Council
Oregon League of Conservation Voters
Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Portland
Beaverton Police Association
Tualatin Valley FireFighters, IAFF Local 1660
SEIU Local 49, Public Employees

Jim McCreight, Beaverton Budget Committee, Oregon Technology Business Center, Past President - Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce and Beaverton Arts Commission Boards
Kim Overhage, Chair, Scott Winter, Ric Stephens, Beaverton Planning Commissioners
Dan Maks, 19-year Beaverton Planning Commissioner
Jaann Koeber Hoisington, Beaverton Visioning Advisory Committee, Chair
David Harrison, Kristen Bea, Beaverton Committee for Community Involvement
Nathan Potter, Beaverton Bicycle Advisory Committee, Chair
Rebecca Benoit, Beaverton Arts Commission
Helen Robinson, Jo Anne Baumann, Beaverton Senior Citizens Advisory Committee
Marv Doty, Joe Hayes, Highland Neighborhood
Jack Franklin, Central Beaverton Neighborhood
Janine and Bill Kanable
Richard and Cheryl Pickett, Regina Ford, Bill Johnson, 5 Oaks Triple Creek Neighborhood
Bill Wood, Karen Schouten, West Beaverton Neighborhood
Jack Platten, West Slope Neighborhood
Carolyn Best, Neighbors Southwest Neighborhood
Ray Bowman, Denney-Whitford / Raleigh West Neighborhood
Ed and Kathy Bartholemy, South Cooper Mountain

Pat Reser, Reser Foods, Beaverton Arts Foundation
Domonic Biggi, President, Beaverton Foods
Amy Saberiyan, Founder, Ava Roasteria
Lois Ditmars, Peterkort Management Company
Scott Burgess, President, Rivermark Community Credit Union
Ken Madden, Madden Industrial Craftsmen
Randy Francis
Pryor Garnett, board chair, Oregon Technology Business Center
David Parr, Parr Financial Group
Russ Humbertson, Jr., Beaverton Toyota

ďMarc is a model of thoughtful professionalism on the City Council. His open-minded listening and attention to detail helps him make careful and sensible decisions for the best of Beaverton. Marc stays involved with the community, the park district, the County, TriMet and others to make sure Beavertonís needs and aspirations are never overlooked. We benefit greatly from Marcís work on the City Council.Ē

Mayor Denny Doyle

"Marc put a lot of personal time and energy into the early stages of the Community Vision project to make sure we learned what Beaverton residents want for our city. He has since worked hard to make sure the vision is actually brought to life. His contributions from the Council bench have been invaluable to the Visionís success. Marc is truly passionate about the good of our city from a citizen standpoint, and I encourage you to help re-elect him to the City Council."

Jaann Koeber Hoisington, Beaverton Visioning Advisory Committee

"While serving on the Beaverton Planning Commission for 19 years, I had the opportunity to work with numerous fine people, including Marc San Soucie. In Marc you have an educated individual who gathers a wide range of information, listens to all sides of issues in detail, and communicates decisions in a responsible manner. He loves this city as much as anyone can, and his only agenda is what works best for Beaverton and its citizens. Re-elect this excellent representative and leader to the Beaverton City Council."

Dan Maks, 19-year Beaverton Planning Commissioner

ďMarc is a tireless advocate for business growth in Beaverton. Between his work with technology entrepreneurs, his intensive contributions to the Cityís economic development strategy, and his firm focus on developing a marketing program for Beaverton, Marc has shown that he will continue to be an effective and energizing force for business development in Beaverton.Ē

Jim McCreight, Beaverton Budget Committee, Oregon Technology Business Center, Past President - Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce and Beaverton Arts Commission Boards