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Encyclopedia > Richard Conlin

Richard Conlin is a member of the Seattle City Council, first elected in 1997 and reelected in 2001. As of September 2004 he is chair of the Transportation Committee, vice chair of the Finance & Budget Committee, and a member of the Urban Development & Planning Committee.


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The Seattle Times: Local News: Seattle Councilman Conlin flaunting penchant for process (1167 words)
Conlin often sides with neighborhood activists who complain the mayor's plans are tilted in favor of developers.
Conlin scoffs at his opponents' barbs and has begun trying to turn their attacks against them.
While Conlin said his City Hall panel was not intended as a campaign event, he admitted "everything we do has campaign overtones." He said he'll continue to advocate for more process and more debate about major decisions.
The Seattle Times: Local News: Conlin faces 2 experienced opponents in council race (1306 words)
She is attacking Conlin's devotion to process and his at-times slippery positions on major issues.
Although Conlin voted with the rest of the council to back a tunnel as the city's "preferred option" to replace the viaduct, he continues to say the city should study other options, including simply tearing down the structure and routing traffic elsewhere.
Conlin counters that it would have been absurd to vote against permits needed to regulate the monorail's proposed route just to be an obstructionist.
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