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Susan Boundy-Sanders: City Council #5, Woodinville

Susan Boundy-Sanders has been an environmental champion on the East Side, supporting the city's position in the successful land use case Phoenix v. Woodinville, decided by the state Supreme Court in 2011. It gave Washington cities the right to enforce their land use/zoning regulations. She was vice chair of the Woodinville Planning Commission when they updated the Comprehensive Plan, which identified wildlife corridors and supports the development of high-density housing and a walkable downtown commercial zone. Susan collected the fourth largest number of signatures in the state for I-937, the 2006 renewable energy initiative. She is a participant in regional plans for the Eastside Rail Corridor to make sure it can be returned to rail service as well as trail use in the future. She is a participant in the Salmon Recovery Council for the Lake Washington watershed.