mayoral urbanist, part 5 (confessions of a transitional ambassador)

As noted in the post below, Seattle’s Mayor-elect McGinn is holding three town halls this week, beginning tonight. The Mayor-elect’s “open source transition” is predicated on such inclusionary outreach, with three questions in mind. Prior to the town halls, several “ambassadors” parlayed these questions to representative groups throughout the city. Selected myurbanist alter-egos served as a bridge to largely “downtown” interests, as well as non-governmental organizations and peer professionals involved in land use issues. Here’s what we heard:

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