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City Council - Marilee McCall

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Position #3: Marilee McCall
Term: January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2017
Committees: Public Safety, Human Resources/Government, Comprehensive Plan Review Committee, Facilities
Contact: mccallm@ci.woodland.wa.us
Personal:

Council member Marilee McCall was first appointed mid-term in 2006, and was retained in elections of 2007, 2009 and 2013. She was served as Mayor Pro-Tem from 2014-2016, and from 2008-2011. She earned the Advanced Certificate of Municipal Leadership from Association of Washington Cities (AWC) in 2011.

Councilmember McCall originally was interested in the position because of her concern with high density development’s impact to the Lewis River flood plain. She is passionate about growing Woodland into a well-planned, well-connected, economically-thriving community that protects our history and environment; and about providing efficient, cost-effective services and infrastructure to our citizens.
Since serving as a Woodland City Council member, Ms. McCall has served on the following committees:

  • Current Chair of Public Safety Committee (Police & Fire Services)
  • Current Chair of Facilities Committee
  • Current Member of Human Resources/Government Committee
  • Current Member of Comprehensive Plan Review Committee
  • Past Chair of Woodland Quality Community Coalition (WQCC)
  • Past Participant of Cowlitz Summit coordination efforts
  • Past Member of Public Works Committee
  • Past Member of Parks & Recreation Committee

Marilee is a life-long Cowlitz County resident. She was raised in Castle Rock and has lived in Woodland since 2004. She has worked for Clark County since May 2004, for Community Development Engineering and Community (Long Range) Planning. Her past work experience includes executive assistant positions at MetLife Timber Investments, Steelscape, Longview Fibre, Weyerhaeuser Fiberline, as well as Inside/Outside Sales at State Pipe & Supply.

Marilee has two grown sons and one granddaughter. She has a 17’ kayak and enjoys paddling the waters at Merwin, Merrill Lake, and the lower Lewis River. She also enjoys hiking with her border collie, acoustic and blues concerts, and reading autobiographies and mysteries.

 

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