Meet Scott Hageman, Candidate for Woodinville City Council

Hageman is running for re-election.

What is your full, legal name?
Stanley Scott Hageman

Where do you work and what is your job title?
Lake Washington School District, Teacher/Administrative Consultant



Where do you live now and how long have you lived there?
Woodinville, Leota/Wellington neighborhoods, 26 years

Spouse or domestic partner if any:
Susan Peterson

Children: Alec, 9-year-old boyold boy

Education (include graduation date(s), if any):
B.A. University of Washington, 1975
University of Washington, Completed all graduate school coursework requirements for Masters in Educational Administration

Military Service (include year(s) of discharge, if any):

Memberships and affiliations with clubs and other organizations:
University of Washington President’s Club, Alumni Association

Phi Beta Kappa Scholastic Honorary

Wellington Elementary, PACE Board Member, previous Board President

Leota-Wellington Neighborhood Association- Board Member

Lake Leota Community- Board Member

Crystal Mountain Volunteer Ski Patrol

Cascade Bicycle Club

Have you or a business you owned (or had principal interest in) ever filed bankruptcy?

As an adult, have you been convicted or charged with a crime other than a minor traffic violation?



Web site: www.VoteHageman.com
Email address: Scott@VoteHageman.com
Phone number: 425-486-5183
Campaign manager: Myself


Elected: Woodinville City Council, 4 terms

Mayor of Woodinville, 2 terms

Deputy Mayor of Woodinville, 2 terms

Other campaigns for public office:

What is the primary reason you are running for this office?
To continue to give back to the community and make this a better place for all of us to live, work, play and raise our families.

What will be your top three priorities if you get elected and why?

  • Managing growth- I will continue to protect and maintain the integrity, character and zoning of our neighborhoods while focusing on the downtown plan to create a vibrant, pedestrian friendly, downtown community and enhancing the small town feel that makes Woodinville special.
  • Traffic congestion- I have been supportive of improving our infrastructure for better citizen access to all areas of our city by car, bike and for pedestrians and I will work hard on this going forward.
  • Quality of life-I will insist that we remain fiscally conservative and not raise our citizens’ property taxes. I value our green spaces and excellent schools and I will make sure that Woodinville remains a safe community. Also, it is important that we protect our environment, connect our neighborhoods and provide our children with safe places to play like the new Woodinville Sports Fields, which I strongly supported. Finally, I am actively encouraging economic development to provide jobs, services, restaurants and a healthy community while generating revenue that will keep your taxes low.

What sets you apart from the other candidates and/or previous office holders?

Experience; A track record of listening to our citizens and  building coalitions that focus on solutions, not personalities, to achieve positive results; Proven leadership abilities; Strong, creative and collaborative problem solving skills; Deep roots in the community and a long history of effective involvement (26 years);

How much money do you expect your campaign to spend on this election?


Jodi Getz November 21, 2011 at 02:06 AM
Hey Cynthia, Sorry Scott and John left you out of the loop. I suggest you catch up with them and get filled in.
cynthia brocha November 21, 2011 at 03:40 AM
@ Jodi, my question remains pertinent; what is it you publicly "allude" too; you mention a John a Scott - no last names, is this just "smoke and mirrors" :-) because there is no John on council and it is a council only decision?
Jodi Getz November 21, 2011 at 05:18 AM
You don't need a mirror to find Scott but you may need a mirror to see at least part of John hiding behind the scenes.
cynthia brocha November 21, 2011 at 07:01 AM
@ Mr. "jodi," this thread was intended to be about reasonable public discourse not accusatory innuendo. Again, my question was pertinent while your response is a non answer.
Kris November 21, 2011 at 08:37 PM
Jodi, did the person whom you refer request a favor from John Corleone? Did he kiss the ring? (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_-UJtZwjRI) I'm just sayin' :)


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