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John Melink

When I first met Carolyn Long at a town hall in 2018, she shared her story of working on her family’s off-the-highway produce stand.

For the past 48 years we have resided within the City of Longview; have experienced the raising of four children to adulthood; have been invol…

John Melink is an incredibly hardworking, extremely capable public servant who has eagerly volunteered for a variety of community activities d…

Campaign races for four seats on the Longview City Council have shattered previous fundraising records, with nearly $78,000 in contributions r…

I was disappointed in your Oct. 23 editorial and your failure to endorse John Melink for Longview City Council position 1. I agreed with virtu…

In response to the letter to the editor from David Westerlund (The Daily News, Oct. 18) regarding his comments about John Melink: I could not …

Longview City Council Position 1 candidate John Melink cites his strong work ethic as a strength.

I particularly appreciate the people who have honorably served their country in the military, whether as a lowly private or having risen to command.

Voters have a choice between two good candidates in the race for Longview City Council position 1. Incumbent Mike Wallin, a real estate broker, is seeking a third four-year term. He is challenged by John Melink, a retired mechanical engineer.

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