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Ventura County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Director; Channel Islands Beach Community Services District Voter Information

Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Vickie Finan 840 votes 32.3%

  • Occupation: Incumbent/ business owner
  • CIBCSD Director 4 years, President 2 years
  • Port Hueneme Water Agency District member 2 years
  • Harbor Warter Utility Rate Review Committee Chairman 2 years
  • Small business owner 18 years
  • Insure that the District provide the highest quality services at the lowest possible rates.
  • Advocate for the Districts fair share of property tax
  • I support A strong independent Community Services District
Harvey L. Paskowitz 655 votes 25.2%
  • Occupation: Retired Financial Analyst
  • MS-USC, BBA-Hofstra University, one year of Law School
  • Retired from LA County MTA, previously was CFO, Consultant, Accountant, Technician
  • Volunteer currently with Oxnard Police Dept., Was a Scout Leader
  • Member of Silverstrand Utility Undergrounding Committee
  • Licensed Commercial Radio Operator, Real Estate Broker, Private Pilot
  • Married 31 years, 2 sons
  • Make friends with public officials who have been alienated by current Board majority.
  • Work with Harbor customers to prevent them from buying future water from Oxnard.
  • No annexation. No runaway development. Directors must start doing their job.
Jim Estomo 584 votes 22.5%
  • Occupation: Business Owner/Administrator
Mary Ann George 515 votes 19.8%
  • Occupation: Case Manager

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