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Who's Your City?

Ross Reynolds
04/15/2008 at 1:00 p.m.

Republican candidate for Governor Dino Rossi rolls out his transportation plan today. He'll tell us about it. Also today, two candidates who want to unseat three term Superintendent of Public Instruction Terry Bergeson. We'll hear from Richland School Superintendent Rich Semler and veteran Bellevue Public School Teacher Don Hansler. Plus do cities have personalities? Trend spotter Richard Florida thinks so. His new book is called Who's Your City?. He'll explain why he thinks Seattle is a superstar city and tell us why all the indie rockers are moving to Portland. Plus we'll hear from a man bringing something new to downtown Seattle: a grocery store.

Republican Dino Rossi is a Washington State gubernatorial candidate challenging incumbent Chris Gregoire.
Tyler Myers is vice president of The Myers Group, the Whidbey Island company leasing the Kress Building basement and operating the supermarket.
Richard Semler is currently is serving his eleventh and final year as superintendent of the Richland School District. Next Year he hopes to be the Superintendent of Public Instruction. He's one of three candidates registered to run against incumbent Terry Bergeson.
Former Bellevue Public Schools teacher Donald Hansler is also running for the Superintendent position. Hansler has been teaching since 1957 and has spent the past 15 years volunteering in schools.

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