Harry E. Kinney

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Harry Kinney in the mid-1990s.

Harry E. Kinney (1924 – May 9, 2006) was Mayor of Albuquerque for two terms, from 1974—77 and 1981—1985, as well as Chairman of the City Commission from 1971—1973. Before entering politics, he worked as an engineer; after his retirement from public life, he was a substitute teacher in the Albuquerque public schools. He also drove a taxi for a while after his term in office.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martin J. Chavez, 2003 State of the City Address.
Preceded by
Charles E. Barnhart
Chairman of the City Commission of Albuquerque
October 1971–February 21, 1973
Succeeded by
Louis E. Saavedra
Preceded by
Richard G. Vaughn (as Chairman of the City Commission)
Mayor of Albuquerque
July 1, 1974–November 1977
Succeeded by
David Rusk
Preceded by
David Rusk
Mayor of Albuquerque
December 1981–November 1985
Succeeded by
Ken Schultz