A protester holds a sign as Seattle City Council member Tim Burgess speaks. He was chosen on Monday by the Seattle City Council to be temporary mayor. (Ken Lambert/The Seattle Times via AP)

Seattle City Council picks Tim Burgess as temporary mayor

He is the city’s 55th mayor — and the third in less than a week after the resignation of Ed Murray.

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