Goodman seeks re-election

Issaquah attorney Stacy Goodman will seek re-election to the Issaquah City Council.

Issaquah attorney Stacy Goodman will seek re-election to the Issaquah City Council.

Goodman has served on the council since March 2011, in position 5. Initially appointed to replace Maureen McCarry, she was elected in an unopposed race to serve out the remainder of McCarry’s term. Issaquah City Council terms are four years.

“It has been an honor and a pleasure to serve my community for the past two years,” Goodman said. “I work hard every day to make Issaquah even better by working effectively with fellow council members, city government and business leaders, and most importantly, the people I represent. This is important work, and for me it’s a labor of love.”

Goodman is chair of the council’s Land and Shore Committee, which sees all development and land-use related bills. The committee had its hands full the past year reviewing the Central Issaquah Plan, its design standards code, long-term urban-village development plans for quarry owner Lakeside Industries, Inc., and Rowley Properties, and the potential annexation of the Klahanie area.

Goodman has lived in the Issaquah area since 1989. She and husband, Tim, live in Issaquah Highlands and have two adult sons.

 


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