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  Paul Schell
Paul Schell, born Paul Schlachtenhaufen on October 8, 1937, in Fort Dodge, Iowa, was the 54th mayor of Seattle, Washington.
Schell first ran for mayor in 1977, but lost to Charles Royer.
Schell was mayor during the infamous WTO Meeting of 1999, for which he established a 50-block "No-Protest Zone" of dubious legality.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/p/pa/paul_schell.html   (191 words)

  
 Paul Schell at AllExperts
Paul Schell, born Paul Schlachtenhaufen on October 8, 1937, in Fort Dodge, Iowa, was the 50th mayor of Seattle, Washington.
Schell was mayor during the infamous WTO Meeting of 1999.
Arguably, both the WTO meeting and the Mardi Gras violence played a role in Schell's stunning loss to Greg Nickels and Mark Sidran in the 2001 mayoral primary election-- the first time in over 60 years a Seattle mayor had failed to survive a primary election.
en.allexperts.com /e/p/pa/paul_schell.htm   (319 words)

  
 Paul Schell   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Paul Schell sat at a table in the front window of his storefront headquarters in Wallingford.
Schell wants to see less expansion into outlying areas and more planning to build apartments and other structures which will allow neighborhoods to grow without changing their feel and personalities.
Schell said local merchants are as important to maintaining community feel as are residents and domiciles.
archives.thedaily.washington.edu /1997/102197/schell.102197.html   (1034 words)

  
 Seattle Press on Line - Just Whose City Is It? Paul Schell's Anywhere, USA
In Schell's Seattle, citizen money is better spent on a downtown library that costs $500 a square foot, a new city hall and such salmon-saving measures as a brand-new world-class fish tank.
Schell accuses both groups of fostering a narrow interest at the expense of the greater good.
Paul Schell's Anywhere, USA pushes families to the Eastside because it doesn't offer them anything they can't get in Bellevue, Redmond, Duvall or Monroe.
archive.seattlepressonline.com /article-1792.html   (0 words)

  
 U.S. Mayor Article | Seattle Mayor Paul Schell Launches Free Gun Lock Program (October 1, 2001)
On September 13th, Mayor Paul Schell launched the latest of his gun safety initiatives with the announcement of the distribution of 5,760 free gun locks to Seattle residents.
Mayor Schell noted that a 1998 state study determined that 43,000 households in Seattle have guns in their homes, and 5,900 children live in homes reporting the presence of unlocked firearms.
Mayor Schell indicated that when these 5,760 gun locks are distributed the city will explore private funding to support continuation and expansion of this program.
www.usmayors.org /uscm/us_mayor_newspaper/documents/10_01_01/gun_lock.asp   (228 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Injured mayor won't shy away from crowds   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Schell, who sustained broken bones around his right eye and a nasty shiner, wore sunglasses and held his wife's hand as he greeted reporters Sunday.
Schell was back at the office Monday, reporting to work earlier than usual at 6:30 a.m.
Schell insisted the attack will not deter him from going out into the community and working to improve the city's transportation system, affordable housing and public safety.
www.usatoday.com /news/nation/2001/07/09/mayor-seattle.htm   (414 words)

  
 Paul Schell sworn in as mayor   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Paul Schell, the new mayor of Seattle and former UW dean of the College of Architecture and Urban Design, took his place in city government with six other city officials yesterday afternoon.
Schell pledged to work on the city's transportation problems and housing while trying to preserve the diversity of the community.
Schell said he supported higher population density in neighborhoods that are agreeable to it.
archives.thedaily.washington.edu /1998/010698/paul.1698.html   (467 words)

  
 CNN.com - Seattle mayor released from hospital after attack - July 8, 2001
SEATTLE, Washington (CNN) -- Mayor Paul Schell was released from the hospital Sunday, one day after he was assaulted with a megaphone allegedly brandished by a heckler at a community event in Seattle, Washington.
Schell said he would press charges against Garrett, but said the incident would not affect his approach to the job.
Schell is running for re-election as his first term as mayor comes to a close.
archives.cnn.com /2001/US/07/08/mayor.hurt   (410 words)

  
 Dance law repeal is vetoed by Schell   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Schell acknowledged his action might not go over well with those too young to go to clubs for live music, but said he had to protect youngsters from harm.
Schell's explanation in a veto letter sent to the council late yesterday reflected the city's desire to balance the need to ease restrictions blamed for smothering the teen dance scene while still protecting youths from the sordid aspects of the club scene.
Schell had asked the council to exempt non-profits such as churches and schools from the law.
seattlepi.nwsource.com /local/teen24.shtml   (740 words)

  
 Discovery Institute - Article Database - Horrible news for newsies
Schell, whose broad-based campaign has scooped up over $350,000 from some 2100 donors, perhaps could have been generous at this point and overlooked the purported legal violation.
There was also the grim revelation that Schell actually made money in development, while the people who bought his renovated buildings later lost money (never mind that the property since regained its value).
Then it was uncovered that when Schell, as Port Commissioner, led two taxpayer-financed missions to Europe to promote Seattle products, he finished the trips with several days of visits to his vacation place in France.
www.discovery.org /scripts/viewDB/index.php?command=view&id=339&printerFriendly=true   (811 words)

  
 Church Organization
Paul Fromberg has a good sense of humor, and a tremendous love of diversity.
When he was a kid, Paul wanted to be a chef; later he wanted to be an artist.
Donald Schell and Richard Fabian are the Presbyters of St Gregory's.
www.saintgregorys.org /Pages/Organize.html   (0 words)

  
 Paul Schell Speaks | News | City | The Stranger, Seattle's Only Newspaper
Indeed, while Schell, 63, has serious bags under both eyes, his left eye in particular seems to be receding into a quicksand of puffy skin.
Schell has ducked the press for nearly two months now, hoping that we'd simply continue to quote the pseudo-poetic non-specifics of his January 24 State of the City speech.
And when we first sat down at the glass table in his roomy 12th floor office overlooking Fourth Avenue and the Bank of America Building, it looked like Schell would stick to his mantra: The WTO was off the table, he said, until the city council issues its findings in June.
www.thestranger.com /seattle/Content?oid=3349   (2090 words)

  
 "Paul Schell" on LookSmart Seattle   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Encyclopedia Encyclopedia Paul Schell Paul Schell, born Paul Schlachtenhaufen on October 8, 1937, in Fort Dodge, Iowa, was the 54th mayor of Seattle...
Paul Schell's Anywhere, USA By error: no such author bad author code May 18, 2000 -- A recent neighborhood tour of Ballard propelled the Mayor to the keyboard to pound out another straight-talking...
Seattle Mayor Paul Schell Launches Free Gun Lock Program October 1, 2001 On September 13th, Mayor Paul Schell launched the latest of his gun safety initiatives with the announcement of the...
www.looksmartseattle.com /p/search?tb=art&pi=locsea&qt=%22Paul+Schell%22   (486 words)

  
 CNN.com - Seattle mayor hospitalized after attack - July 7, 2001
A spokeswoman for Harborview Medical Center, where Schell was sent, said the mayor was admitted for observation and is in satisfactory condition with a fractured right cheekbone and lacerations.
Schell's campaign spokeswoman, Karen Besserman, told CNN the mayor's staff is with him at Harborview Medical Center, a Seattle hospital.
Schell is running for re-election, with his first term about to come to a close.
archives.cnn.com /2001/US/07/07/mayor.attacked/index.html   (339 words)

  
 DJC.COM: Schell's Port job may be advertised, provided by Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
That may not be the exact wording you'll see, but if Port Commissioner Paul Schell becomes the next mayor of Seattle, the remaining four commissioners say they plan to advertise his former job in daily newspapers around the county in early December.
Schell would not name the people who want to fill his seat on the Port Commission.
Schell described the job of Port commissioner as a difficult and important one that requires "internal strength" to make tough decisions.
www.djc.com /news/business/10031928.html   (760 words)

  
 Paul Schell trusted the system and it finally worked   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Next and less visible was the fear both felt as Schell kept going on the campaign trail, attending parades and mingling with crowds, fighting the instinct to duck.
Schell takes enormous satisfaction in the things he accomplished in office and says it's crucial that no one look at what happened to him and decide to avoid public service.
Wishing to establish that the Schells were stalwart, upright citizens, the prosecutor asked each how long they'd been married.
seattlepi.nwsource.com /paynter/81149_paynter05.shtml   (1033 words)

  
 HeraldNet - The recent tumult in Seattle sets stage for mayoral race   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Schell, 63, acknowledges that he has a lot to overcome.
Ruth Brown, a 31-year-old accountant, isn't ready to forgive Schell for being tear-gassed as she left a friend's apartment during WTO.
Nickels and Schell, who are on the Sound Transit board, want to forge ahead with the project, pointing to studies showing Seattle has some of the nation's worst auto traffic.
www.heraldnet.com /stories/01/9/13/14371722.CFM   (850 words)

  
 The View From Denny Park, Vol 22 - December 20, 2001
During his four-year tenure, Mayor Paul Schell has been a staunch supporter of parks and recreation programs and initiatives.
At Parks, this has translated into reducing the use of pesticides in city parks; conserving water and energy; restoring our urban forest-including the planting of more than 25,000 trees during the Seattle Millennium Project; restoring salmon habitats at creeks and along shorelines; and significant improvements to our environmental education and stewardship programs.
This was the mayor's brainchild: a partnership with the Seattle School District to improve recreation and green spaces at two dozen public schools for use by both school students and the surrounding communities.
www.cityofseattle.net /parks/communitynotices/current/view/View_22_12-20-2001.htm   (924 words)

  
 KOMO-TV - Seattle, Washington - News Archive - Paul Schell Punched Out   (Site not responding. Last check: )
SEATTLE - Mayor Paul Schell was assaulted and injured by a man who hit him in the face during a community celebration in the Central District on Saturday afternoon.
Schell was taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, where he was in stable condition with facial fractures under his right eye.
Schell's glasses were broken in the attack, Kerlikowske said.
www.komotv.com /news/archive/4012126.html   (476 words)

  
 PAWS Magazine
The success of the Redmond decision, and the success in persuading Seattle Mayor Paul Schell, and council members Heidi Wills and Judy Nicastro to support the proposed Seattle ban is the result of the hard work of a local community group dedicated to helping the nation's captive circus animal population.
While CCFE was working with the Redmond City Council, they were also working behind the scenes with Seattle Mayor Paul Schell, earning his support as well.
Schell announced in fall of last year that he intended to bring the issue before the incoming Seattle City Council in the new year.
www.paws.org /about/mag/issues/issue44/circuses.php   (784 words)

  
 MISCmedia.com: Cracked Schell?
Schell promptly vetoed it, apparently without having fully read or studied what he was vetoing, and apparently under the heavy guidance of city attorney and gentrification-enforcer Mark Sidran.
As he proved with his utter mishandling of the WTO fiasco and his purposeless cancellation of public New Year's celebrations, Schell is totally, hopelessly out of touch with anyone who's not an upscale Rainier Clubber such as himself.
Schell (like his predecessor Norman Rice) seems to have not heard that there's been this thing called a Seattle music scene.
www.miscmedia.com /9-18-00.html   (724 words)

  
 Schell - Beer with Substance
New Ulm, Minn., — The August Schell Brewery claimed a bronze medal at the 2002 Great American Beer Festival, the largest national beer competition that recognizes the most outstanding beers produced in the United States today.
Schell's, at 142 years old (Lincoln was president) is the second oldest family- owned brewery in America and the oldest and largest (with the recent addition of Grain Belt) brewery in Minnesota, was recognized in the American Amber Lager category for its FIREBRICK, an all-malt Vienna style lager made from roasted malt and imported hops.
Schell's is a craft brewery, located in New Ulm, Minnesota, a city rich in German heritage, 75 miles southwest of Minneapolis-St. Paul.
www.schellsbrewery.com /news_2002greatam.php   (343 words)

  
 Obituary - Paul Schell
Paul Schell 83, Mandan, died on July 29, 2005, at a local hospital.
Paul was born on June 26, 1922 at Hague, ND the son of James and Barbara (Klein) Schell.
Paul lived an active life giving of his time to Knights of Columbus 3rd and 4th Degree, VFW, Mandan Moose and the Mandan Eagles.He is survived by his wife, Caroline, Mandan; three daughters and sons-in-law, Lyla P. (Glenn) Gross, Deadwood, SD, Evelyn (Dennis) Snyder, Mandan.
weigelfuneral.com /obits.php?o_id=242271&offset=150   (387 words)

  
 And You Thought Paul Schell Was Bad (October 13, 2004)
Of course, his pals in big business seem to have already had their say in the drafting of this budget.
For example, Paul Allen must be very pleased by the $1.9 million in bonds set aside for Mercer Street improvements, which will help the marketability of his South Lake Union properties.
We're in an economic slump; now is not the time to cut services for the poor in order to pay for big improvement projects--unless, of course, you're a mayor beholden to developers, the police union, and ex-Microsoft billionaires.
www.eatthestate.org /09-03/YouThoughtPaul.htm   (0 words)

  
 Catherine Schell Fanclub
Catherine Schell comes out of a german aristocratic family which settled in Hungary in the 18th century.
They were one of the richest families around, but lost all their estates and properties at the beginning of World War II, when they were seized by the German Nazis.
2004 marked the return of Catherine Schell to television after an almost eight year absence, when she reached the fifth place in the ranking of the "Ultimate Top 10 Sci-Fi-Aliens" in a show for Sky Television, England.
space1999.net /~catherineschell/biography.html   (589 words)

  
 Political Integrity - Open Letter to the Seattle City Council
When Seattle elected Paul Schell to be its mayor, it presented former developer Schell with a developer’s dream – the chance to redesign the entire core of a city – at the expense of the taxpayer.
But, Seattle resident Paul Schell was strangely silent when the City was negotiating its purchase of the building.
Schell seems to have forgotten that he is the Mayor of Seattle.
www.exordia.net /pi/schlack.html   (887 words)

  
 schell   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Schell, who came to office when Seattle was held up as a model for new American cities and who will leave in a year when the city seems to have lost some of its self-confidence.
Schell, 63, is a former developer and architecture school dean known for his intellect and urban vision.
"Paul Schell will be viewed almost as a Shakespearean tragic figure," said Mr.
www.policetalk.com /schell.html   (860 words)

  
 Paul Schell - Images and Biography
Besides being aware of civil rights issues and urban planning, Schell is also a champion and benefactor of the performing arts.
As mayor, Schell has also improved the economy of Seattle by courting high wage industrial sectors into setting up their business in his city, which has one of the highest per capita family incomes in the United States.
Schell's term as Mayor of Seattle is scheduled to expire in 2003.
www.kevo.com /profile/paulschell/Biography   (339 words)

  
 Paul Schell's House Music (March 31, 1998)
Of Schell's 21 recommendations, seven will directly benefit developers, mostly by streamlining the permit process and upzoning to increase density (e.g., allow bigger buildings in residential neighborhoods, or all-residential buildings in commercial neighborhoods).
Mayor Schell's housing agenda is to help developers build, regardless of the affordability of the new housing, the displacement it will cause, or the effects on the character of neighborhoods.
Fortunately, our new friends in the city council are not likely to throw in their lot with developers to support upzoning and incentives that will result in displacement and unwanted density.
eatthestate.org /02-29/PaulSchellsHouse.htm   (830 words)

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