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RON GREEK, San Clemente
We are blessed in San Clemente with many candidates to choose from for our two elections. One vote will be for a two-year term and two votes for four-year terms.
What we need is mature, experienced leadership and a council that can work in unison to solve our most important issues, get our hospital open, keep the toll road out of San Clemente, and attract a top-grade city manager.
The latter is critical to run the day-to-day business of our city and work closely with the council to ensure we stay with our core small town values. The best way to achieve this is to elect experienced leadership.
Those candidates who have served on our city’s various commissions and the council have paid their dues. They know how the city works, and they don’t need a learning curve to get things done.
We need two years of stable, proven leadership, and currently operating without a city manager to achieving our community goals experiences becomes critical.