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Richard D. Schneider
David L. Margrave
- Occupation: Commissioner/Businessman
- elected twice prior to the office of city council
- served twice as mayor pro tem
- served on parks commission, transportation commission, natural resources commission
- voted businessman of the year
- voted distinguistehed citizen of the year
- advanced ayso ref
Ernest B. Arnold
- stands opposed to the downtown redevelopment project
- opposes the extension of the utility tax for ten years
- will work to improve traffic flow on all major roadways in south pasadena and will fight to stop the freeway tunnel or otherwise.
- Occupation: Registered Financial Advisor
- Occupation: Community Volunteer
- MBA, University of St. Thomas
- BS Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University
- Eagle Scout
- Raised in San Antonio, Guam & Philippines
- Create a strong strategy to fight the 710 Freeway, above and below ground.
- Fix future "Fair Oaks" type projects.
- Bring city taxes and expenses under control and reprioritize investments in the community to improve of life for South Pasadena citizens.
- Occupation: Business Owner/Engineer
- Lifelong South Pasadena Resident
- University of Southern California Graduate
- Aerospace Engineering Degree - Top level design and implementation studies
- Former Parks & Recreation Commissioner
- Former Environmental Project Manager/Engineer USC/Port of Los Angeles
- Founder & Vice President, Reynolds Sales & Consulting
- Protecting and Developing Businesses in order to preserve open spaces and provide non-tax income for the City
- Fiscally Responsible Transparent Government providing the "Whole Picture" and a focusing on repairing infrastructure
- No 710 Freeway - No surface route - No tunnel. Preserve our unique special Community.
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- City of South Pasadena
News and Analysis
- Thursday October 6, 2011
Time: 7:00-9:00 pm
Place: City of South Pasadena Council Chambers,
1424 Mission Street, South Pasadena, California
Co-sponsors: WISPPA-Women Involved in South Pas Political Action,
League of Women Voters Pasadena Area
South Pasadena Patch
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