June 10, 2021

The impacts of a transportation project cannot be overburdening our neighborhoods when there are alternative, less impactful ways to reach the same goals.

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Published in The Columbian “Glen Yung, a Hough resident and city council candidate who spoke strongly against the Westside Bike Mobility Projects in prior public forums, offered a last word.“I think all of you in this meeting are well aware of my thoughts on the project. I don’t think it was the rightthing for the neighborhood,” Yung said.” Read the…

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June 8, 2021

For years Glen has been consistently participating in meetings that affect our quality of life. He stands up tall as an advocate for the people.

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Published in The Columbian “Glen Yung, a Vancouver resident and frequent participant in council  meetings, pointed out during Monday’s public hearing that the metrics that the city uses to measure affordability still keep most of these units out of reach for the typical tenant. “We’re using the word ‘affordability,’ but it’s not affordable. There’s a big transparency problem, and we…

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June 4, 2021

We must understand the true impacts of our decisions before they are made. We must protect what I feel is the backbone of our city…Neighborhoods

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Published in The Columbian “Her neighbor, Glenn Young, also addressed the council to convey his concern about how a loss of parking might hit the area’s elderly population.Something as simple as carrying groceries into the house would become a huge hurdle, he said. For some, it could be unlivable.“We are an old neighborhood, and we are also an aged neighborhood…

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June 3, 2021

Glen has been in the trenches at Council Meetings speaking out for transparency and good stewardship of our tax dollars.

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Published in The Columbian “That prompted a Vancouver resident at the meeting, Glen Yung, to say “$2,200 a month, to me is not affordable in any way. It’s kind of a frustration, because it comes back to a transparency issue. The publicgenerally sees this (program) as being a tax abatement for people creating affordable housing, and really, it’s not.”” Read…

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June 2, 2021

During proposed significant Vancouver tax increases, Glen stood up for maintaining sensible priorities in regards to public spending

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Published in The Columbian “Glen Yung, a city resident and consistent fixture at Vancouver City Council meetings, pointed to the component of the plan that addresses parks — under A Stronger Vancouver, eight new parks would be built,and another 16 would see upgrades. “We currently have a housing crisis. We have a homeless crisis. I don’t hear any mention of…

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