Councilman John Harlow has announced that he will be a candidate in next April’s City Council election.
Harlow, 63, who was appointed to the council last year after the resignation of former Councilman Larry Wan, said this week he will campaign as an independent voice in seeking a four-year term.
Councilman Walt Keller has not announced whether he intends to run again.
Harlow, a retired Hughes Aircraft Co. executive, had the backing of Keller and the other slow-growth-oriented council members when he was picked in May, 1992, to replace Wan. But he soon surprised many observers by taking a more open approach to development issues.