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Conroy enters City Council race

BY DI STAFF | JULY 14, 2015 5:00 AM

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Tim Conroy, a real-estate agent for Blank & McCune, announced his candidacy for an Iowa City City Council at-large seat on Monday.

Conroy, 28, came to Iowa City when his father became the director of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. After going to college in Massachusetts, he returned to Iowa City and has made a career in real estate.

“We must reach for our potential even as we preserve the foundations that have made our community so exceptional,” Conroy said in a press release.

He sits on the UI Museum of Art’s Members Council, is a cabinet member of the United Way campaign for Johnson and Washington Counties, and is a member of the Iowa City Downtown Rotary Chapter.

“Our local economy is flourishing and should continue to do so,” Conroy said.

“This growth is accompanied by an increased demand for housing, office space, and public services,” he said. “We must plan to meet these needs with proposals that address both current and long-term goals.”

The City Council elections will take place on this fall. There are openings for two at-large seats and seats for Districts A and C.

— by Bill Cooney


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