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Clean Trucks? Great but at what cost?

Is providing incentives to replace heavy-duty trucks with electric power trucks important to you? Are you willing to pay for it? SB732, “a proposed law to invent a new tax district so yet another government agency can put tax hikes on the ballot.” I agree with the Daily Breeze editor & I think replacing the…

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He Said What!?

Let’s address the misinformation being viciously spread about my term as your City Council District 5 representative because you deserve the truth. My opponent is a complete unknown. What has he done for the community? Not much based on the negativity and lies being spread by his campaign. He has no solutions, just unfounded criticism.…

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Election Info!

Please Mail Your Ballot Today! It must be postmarked by March 5 — OR —  Drop-off on Election Day, March 5 only, at one of the following locations from 7am to 8pm: Anderson Park Senior Center, 3007 Vail Avenue Redondo Beach Public Library, North Branch, 2000 Artesia Blvd. Dominguez Park, Historical Museum, 302 Flagler Lane Redondo…

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Election Day Information

Tuesday, November 6 is election day. District 5 has the following voting locations: Anderson Park Senior Center 3007 Vail Ave, Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Aviation Park 1935 Manhattan Beach Blvd, Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Jewish Community Center 2108 Vail Ave, Redondo Beach, CA 90278 South Bay Adult School 3401 Inglewood Ave, Redondo Beach, CA 90278…

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Moving Elections, SB415 and lawsuits

Councilman Christian Horvath summarized the whole election realignment issue well, here is his letter to the editor. Bottom line, the State cannot mandate when we have our elections so our next election will be March 2019. See you at the polls! Councilman Christian Horvath letter to the Editor: Let’s discuss the Redondo Beach City Elections…

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How should we comply with SB415?

Election choices will be before you in 2018. It was ALWAYS going to be your choice.  We are a Charter City therefore you vote on any Charter changes. The Council only presents a plan, the voters decide on the changes. The State has mandated that everyone must align their elections with the state elections. The…

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Ranked Choice Voting

The State Legislature has passed SB415, the Voter Participation Bill. This law requires any state, county, municipal, district, and school district election held on a statewide election date to be consolidated with a statewide election. Due to this law, our elections must be moved to either a March or November election day in an even…

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