Letter to the Editor: Robin McClelland has been rated "Outstanding"

Monday, October 31, 2011

To the Editor:

Robin McClelland has been rated OUTSTANDING by the Municipal League. She has served this community as a Planning Commissioner by appointment from the elected City Council. Her credentials are impeccable.

Where she lives is immaterial. Abe Lincoln was born in a log cabin.

La Nita Wacker
Shoreline


3 comments:

Anonymous,  November 1, 2011 at 9:16 AM  

Both candidates have significant and credible endorsements. Jesse Salomon's endorsements, as listed on his website include:


Organizations

-King County Democrats
-32nd Legislative District Democrats
-Sierra Club – Cascade Chapter
-Washington Conservation Voters
-M.L. King County Labor Council
-Seattle/King County Building and Construction Trades

Elected Officials

-Bob Ferguson, King County Councilmember
-Terry Scott, Shoreline City Councilmember
-Chris Eggen, Shoreline City Councilmember
-Chris Roberts, Shoreline City Councilmember
-Lloyd Hara, King County Assessor
-Cindy Ryu, State Representative for the 32nd District
-Donn Charnley, Former State Senator for the 32nd District
-Nancy Rust, Former State Representative for the 32nd District
-Josh Schaer, Issaquah City Councilmember


Friends and Community Members
-Elaine Phelps Ph.D.
-Robert Phelps
-Paige Garberding
-Keith Scully
-Sarah Goldenkranz
-Dick Nicholson
-Sarah and David Nicol, Naknek Seafoods
-John Behrens, Shoreline Planning Commissioner
-David Pyle, Former Shoreline Planning Commissioner
-Corey Murata
-Saskia Davis
AND MANY MORE!

Wolf,  November 1, 2011 at 10:47 AM  

Muni League ratings do not include any assessment of a candidate's match-up with community concerns.

Having been a Shoreline planning commissioner, Robin has a public record on land use decisions. It seems pretty clear that she tends to favor developers over the impacts on neighborhoods and the environment.

Most notably, Robin supported the Point Wells project until it became an issue in this campaign because of the huge negative impact it would have on our city. The record is clear on this, although Robin is not.

Anonymous,  November 1, 2011 at 11:28 AM  

Outstanding....according to WHO??? Oh, Of course the developers. The ones that are promoting and contributing to her campaign. Can you say POINT WELLS PROJECT. How can another 6,000 cars on Richmond Beach Road be good for SHORELINE RESIDENTS??

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