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Doris J. Rodriquez
- Occupation: Incumbent
- Hayward City Council Member
- BA, California State University, Hayward
- AA Chabot Community College
- Airport Committee Chair
- Planning Commission - 8 yrs.
- Citizen's Advisory Committee - 8 yrs.
William H "Bill" Ward
- Traffic Issues-address circulation problems, infrastructure improvements needed
- Safety-support of Community Policing and firefighting needs
- Neighborhoods-preservation, upgrading of existing housing stock
- Occupation: Hayward Councilmember/Urban-Environmental Planner
- Master of City Planning, UC Berkeley
- Bachelor of Architecture, Howard University
- Served as Hayward Planning Commissioner and served as a member of the Board of Adjustments and Citizens Advisory Commission
- Chair of Downtown Committee, Chair Regional Airport Planning Committee, Helped create grassroots citizens planning task forces
- Successfully negotiated $13 million EBDA/LAVMA agreement to benefit Hayward residents
- Appointed more that 200 Hayward residents to Boards, Commissions and Committees, Created Hayward Youth Commission
Olden P. Henson
- Address traffic issues,continue infrastructure improvements (streets, sidewalks, sewer, water), crime reduction and excellent public safety activities
- Continue neighborhood preservation, improvements and planning activities
- Continue economic development programs, new jobs, housing, business attraction
- Occupation: Incumbent
- Hayward City Councilmember
- Chair National League of Cities(19,000 members) Public Safety Policy Committee
- Computer Consultant
- BS/MS Physics
- Member of Public Technologies, Inc. Public Safety Technology Task Force
- Board of Directors for The Kids Breakfast Club
Joseph "Joe" Hilson
- Developing Educational Partnerships with Business and the Community in order to improve our schools
- Public Safety-Continuing to provide our police and fire departments with the resources they need to keep this community safe.
- Creating Transportation solutions. Carrying out the will of Hayward voters on road projects already approved
- Occupation: Incumbent Councilmember/Systems Engineer
- Hayward City Council Member - 8 years; Revised Budget Plan Saving Taxpayers $400,000 per year, Committed to Traffic Solutions for Hayward Projects
- Hayward Planning Commissioner 5+ years, Initiated New Design Guidelines Bringing Quality Smart Growth Development to Hayward, Raising Property Values
- Systems Engineer, Knowledge Based Information Systems - Research Specialist - Instructional Media Training Development Specialist
- Chair, Council Environmental Committee; Chair, Council Technology Committee; Council Finance Committee; Recycling Board Member; I-880 Corridor Comm.
- Chair, Transportation Committee, League of California Cities; Advocating at the State Level for Traffic Solutions and More Funding for Hayward Streets
- V-Chair, Information Technology Committee, National League of Cities; Protecting Cities Rights of Way; Advocating for Federal Funding for Technology
- Public Safety and traffic are high priorities. I will address traffic concerns, add more police on the streets & schools and make Hayward a safer City
- Pursue downtown revitalization and redevelopment of the Foothill/Mission corridors with vibrant new businesses, while protecting our neighborhoods.
- Continue to Expand Library Services, by adding more computer stations, new books and storefront Libraries to better serve outlying neighborhoods.
- Occupation: Licenced Marriage and Family Therapist
- Hayward City Planning Commissioner since 1992
- Drug and Alcohol Counselor
- Personal Skills Workshop Facilitator
- Previous : Early Childhood Aide
- Previous: Warehouse Supervisor
- Improve public safety by working with law enforcement, neighborhoods business and community leaders to develope workable solutions to reduce crime.
- Work with existing businesses and lending institutions to bring new compatible economic development to our city.
- Address traffic problems while maintaining the integrity of our neighborhoods with citizen involvement.
- Occupation: Mediator
- CSUH Associate Professor
- RESPECT THE PUBLIC. Citizens should be heard. They should not be made to wait until the end of the meeting to speak. Frank will actively listen.
- ENCHANCE LIBRARY SERVICES The library's share of the general fund should be increased from the present 4% to 6% and the libraries should be open more
- RETROFIT NEIGHBORHOODS and BETTER TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT - Sidewalks and potholes need to be fixed. Lighting should be improved. Time the signal lights.
- Occupation: Property Owner
- Property Owner
- Former owner Residential Care Home
- Business owner in Portugal
- Business owner in Africa
L. "Jason" Moreno
- Better Living Conditions
- Better Schools and Better Teachers
- Authorities with Public Relations for Better Communications with People
- Occupation: Sign Language/Deaf Studies Student
- Former California State Smog Referee
- Former Quality Assurance Inspector, California Smog Check Program
- Former Small Business Owner, Marathon Sport Shoes
- Promoting more openness in Hayward City government and seeking greater citizen participation from both hearing and deaf citizens.
- Promoting improvement of Public Safety, police & firefighters and a return to common sense policing in stead of the current 3 day work weeks.
- Promoting the return to common sense decisions that improve our quality of life.
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