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Washington City/County Management Association
Richard Yukubousky, WCMA Secretary-Treasurer
Executive Director, Municipal Research & Services Center
Rich Yukubousky of MRSC gave members a guided tour of the MRSC website ( www.mrsc.org) and discussed on-going development of new services including the availability of internet discussion groups and e-learning.
Secretary-Treasurer Richard Yukubousky, Executive Director of MRSC
(206) 625-1300 firstname.lastname@example.org
About the 2004 Civic Awards
Rich Yukubousky, Public Employee of the Year
U.S. Bank, Business of the Year
King County Bar Association and Foundation, Organization of the Year
2004 Public Employee of the Year: Richard Yukubousky
The League's next award goes to the Public Employee of the Year - one of two this year - each a "civic servant who has brought outstanding innovations or constructive programs to his
job in a public body.
The League is pleased to present this award to Rich Yukubousky, Executive Director of the Municipal Research and Services Center.
Dr. Yukubousky served as Director of Seattle's Office for Long-Range Planning from 1985 to 1990, where he developed plans that have had lasting influence on Seattle's built environment, such as the Downtown Land Use and Transportation Plan, open space and environmentally critical areas policies, and the city's multifamily housing policies.
At the Municipal Research and Services Center for the past fourteen years, Rich Yukubousky's skill at fair and thorough planning processes has become an asset for every one of the 281 cities and towns in Washington.
Municipal Research News - September 1991
Rich became the Executive Director of the Center in July 1990 after a career that included more than 20 years of state and local government experience and private consulting practice.
He has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, M.S. from Rensselear Polytechnic and doctorate in Urban Planning from the University of Washington.
Prior to joining the Center Rich worked for the city of Seattle from 1979 to 1990 in a variety of urban planning, policy analysis, and management positions.
He was appointed the Director of the Land Use and Transportation Project in 1985, and the Director of Seattle's Office for Long-range Planning in 1987.
Rich has also worked as a transportation planner for the N.Y. State Department of Transportation, consulted with Boeing Computer Services, and later formed his own firm, and taught courses at the University of Puget Sound and University of Washington.
About MRSC - Staff
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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.
WPPA October 2010 MembersLetter
By Rich Yukubousky, Executive Director, Municipal Research and Services Center