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Council Position 1

Randy Corman

Randy Corman

2216 Harrington Place NE

Renton, WA 98056

(425) 271-6913

Education: Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Davis
Occupation: Renton City Councilmember (24 years), Boeing Engineer/Manager (33 years)

Randy Corman has proven to be a voice of reason and a champion for community outreach as a Renton City Councilmember.  He's an optimistic and upbeat public servant who intensely studies issues, finds common ground during controversies, and always leads the city forward.  He's served as Council President for five years and served as chair of all council committees. Randy is known for listening to the people of Renton and responding to their concerns. He's been instrumental in the Landing, Piazza, Farmers Market, Southport, 405/167 improvements, the Neighborhood Program, and new parks and libraries. He's represented Renton in many regional forums including the I-405 Executive Committee and Salmon Habitat Recovery. He's currently collaborating on downtown and highlands revitalization projects, creating a Benson Hill Community Center, building a more inclusive city, adding new police officers, and working to reduce traffic congestion, while minimizing costs to homeowner's by expanding Renton's retail base.

Neil Sheesley

Neil Sheesley

PO BOX 1191

Renton, WA 98057

(425) 919-5203

Education: Penn State: Certificate in Fire Protection
Occupation: Property managment

I love my City. I moved here 5 years ago and got involved with the community right away. Became President of South Renton Neighborhood where we got the zoning law changed to restrict the height of new construction. We moved to North Renton where I became the President of the North Renton Neighborhood. I led the first Mayors Town Hall where we learned how to better communicate and work with the city to solve problems.


I am an Renton Municipal Arts Commissioner and have worked to bring art to the city. I host music events throughout the city with the Downtown Summerfest last July as an example.


I want to do for all of Renton what we have done in our neighborhood, having a sense of community, engage with the city and police in a positive way and solving problems together.

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