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Self-Storage Owner Runs for City Council in Long Beach, WA

May 27, 2021

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Self-Storage Owner Runs for City Council in Long Beach, WA

A self-storage owner is running for one of two vacant city council seats in Long Beach, Washington. Richard Vincent, owner of All Safe Mini-Storage, will face George Coleman, a musician and retired software architect, in the Nov. 2 general election, according to the source.

Neither incumbent councilmember is seeking re-election. Vincent, 75, and Coleman, 72, will vie for the seat being vacated by Holli Kemmer, who was appointed in February 2016. Karla Jensen, owner of Mermaid Inn & RV Park, and Patrick Reddy, owner of 360 Apartments, will compete for the position previously held by Kevin Cline.

In addition to self-storage, All Safe at 108 26th St. N.E. offers U-Haul truck rentals.

Source:
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