Shoreline Council candidate McClelland to run for open seat

Friday, April 22, 2011

By Evan Smith
ShorelineAreaNews Politics Writer

Shoreline City Council candidate Robin McClelland says that she plans to run for the seat being left open by the resignation of Councilman Terry Scott.

Scott announced in March that he would not seek a second term on the Council.

McClelland, a professional planner, served two four-year terms on the City planning commission after the Council appointed her to the position in 2000.

McClelland noted that she and her attorney husband Keith moved to Shoreline from Seattle in 1998.

She describes herself as an active grandparent, swimmer, and library patron and transit user.

She holds a master's degree in city and regional planning from the University of North Carolina.

McClelland is so far the only candidate for the open seat. Another candidate, Jesse Salomon, has not said which position he will seek.

Incumbent Councilman Chris Eggen has announced that he will seek re-election. Incumbent Councilwoman Doris McConnell has not announced her plans.


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