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Background Information

Employment History

Chief State Lobbyist

City of Seattle


Head of the City's Office

Intergovernmental Relations


Director of the Office

Intergovernmental Relations


Seattle City Council


Political and Policy Advisor To the Mayor

Seattle City Councilmembers


Manager, Legislative Efforts

City


Affiliations

City of Seattle

Representative


Web References(4 Total References)


Greg Nickels for Mayor

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Susan Crowley will head the Office of Intergovernmental Relations, a cabinet level position reporting directly to the Mayor, and Irene Stewart will head the Office of Education, a department within the Office of Strategic Planning reporting to newly-appointed Director Mary Jean Ryan."Susan has been a great representative for the City of Seattle in Olympia for more than nine years.Susan Crowley has been the Chief State Lobbyist for the City of Seattle since 1993.Crowley managed the City's legislative efforts around transportation, taxes and finance, land use, housing, the capital and operating budget as well as other state issues impacting Seattle.She has also served as a political and policy advisor to the Mayor, Seattle City Councilmembers and the Director of the Office of Intergovernmental Relations.Prior to being the Chief State Lobbyist, she served as a lobbyist in Washington, D.C., representing Seattle's interests before Congress, the Executive branch and federal agencies.Crowley has also worked as a policy advisor to former Governor Booth Gardner, former Congresswoman Jolene Unsoeld and former Seattle City Councilmember Martha Choe.


The Seattle Times: Local News: Officials seek $1 billion boost for viaduct

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Susan Crowley, head of the city's Office of Intergovernmental Relations, said there are about 15 similar mega-projects on the wish list, including a major rail project in Chicago, but she doesn't know of any others with safety problems as serious as the viaduct's. "The whole safety factor is the one thing that calls the viaduct out as a project that needs funding," she said. The fact that Seattle is a major port city also should enhance the chances of receiving viaduct money, she said.


The North American Post - Japanese American Community Newspaper

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Susan Crowley Saffery, director of the Office of Intergovernmental Relations, received the appreciation letter from Yamamoto.


Seattle Times: Legislators grab Band-Aids for budget cuts

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They're having to do some triage , said Susan Crowley , a lobbyist for the city of Seattle , which is seeking money to make up for transit cuts.I don't think anybody expects to find long-term solutions right now..Lawmakers concede the real healing from I-695 won't come for at least another year.Between now and the 2001 Legislature , they will have bought some time to weigh the measure's impacts and to find dramatic solutions for a $ 750 million annual hit to the state's coffers.For now , legislators' official response to the initiative , gleaned from budget proposals floated so far this session , consists of postponing the effects of I-695 and giving people a little something to be happy about - a property-tax cut - in hopes of heading off another tax revolt.


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