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Five Questions with Issaquah City Councilmember Zach Hall

By June 16, 2021General
Zach Hall Five Questions

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“Issaquah’s commitment to providing you with safe drinking water is a top priority. This commitment is supported by an incredible network of employees dedicated to operating and maintaining the system that brings clean water to our homes and businesses,” Issaquah City Councilmember Zach Hall said in a recent article for Issaquah Highlands media about the city of Issaquah’s drinking water. In this companion “Five Questions” video interview, Councilmember Hall, who is also an Issaquah Highlands resident, discusses where our drinking water comes from and planned improvements (including the upcoming Issaquah Highlands booster pump station) and addresses concerns about PFAS.

Zach Hall is an Issaquah city councilmember, legislative assistant to Washington State Rep. Lisa Callan, a Highlands Council board trustee, and an Issaquah Highlands resident. He also represents Issaquah as a member of the Cascade Water Alliance Board of Directors. 

Christy Garrard is the Highlands Council Executive Director and a Dahlia Park resident. 
Check out past interviews from our “Five Questions” series >>