Right after 20 years on city council Stearns is ‘ready to do it again’

Editor’s observe: This tale is just one in a series of profiles about the five

Editor’s observe: This tale is just one in a series of profiles about the five candidates for a few seats on the Mount Shasta Metropolis Council in the Nov. 3 election. Other candidates incorporate retired lawful assistant Betty Kreeger, CPA Tessa Montgomery and incumbents John Stackfleth and Barbara Wagner.

Right after serving 20 a long time on the Mount Shasta Metropolis Council and shedding his seat in 2018, lawyer Tim Stearns explained he’s “ready to do it yet again.” He’s a person of 5 candidates on the Nov. 3 ballot for 3 seats on the council he’s rather acquainted with.

“This is a very demanding time for our town and I experience I can very best provide it on the council,” reported Stearns, who was a council member throughout the good recession and assisted at that time in the community’s restoration.