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Rich Yukubousky - firstname.lastname@example.org
Rich has served as the Executive Director of the Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington since July 1990.
Prior to that he served as the City of Seattle's Office for Long Range Planning Director between 1985 and 1990 where he was responsible for preparing plans to address a number of controversial land use, transportation and environmental issues.
Notable accomplishments during his
tenure included the completion of a comprehensive downtown land use and transportation plan, open space policies leading to the purchase of greenbelts and other sensitive open spaces, resolution of long standing conflicts over multi family land use policies and zoning, and a water quality action plan for Lake Union
and Ship Canal.
has also consulted on citizen participation, neighborhood planning, and transportation analysis for the city of Seattle, US Department of Transportation
, and universities in Wisconsin and Michigan.
has more than 25 years experience in public policy and administration.
He holds a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering, an M.S. degree in Transportation Planning and Engineering, and Ph.D. degree in Urban Planning.