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San Mateo County, CA November 5, 2013 Election
 Smart Voter Gladwyn d'Souza

Candidate for
Council Member; City of Belmont

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Engineer / Nonprofit Director
  • Director, Green Youth Alliance
  • Planning Commissioner, Belmont
  • Engineer Atmel Semiconductor 25 years
  • Trails Master Plan task force, County of San Mateo
  • Downtown Access Plan, City of San Jose
  • Green Building Task Force, County of San Mateo
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Manage the budget to continue keeping our police
  • Provide incentives for school children to use buses on Ralston
  • Create quality jobs with a busy downtown that invites people to gather, shop and work.
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Key Endorsements
  • Supervisor Carol Groom, Mayor Wozniak, Past Mayor Warden,
  • Sierra Club, Green Party of California, Planning Comm. chair Kenn Parsons
  • Parks and Rec Chair Susan Wright, Michyle LaPedis, Pam Rianda
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Position Papers
We need to make sure that the budget agreements negotiated by this council with the unions continues to preserve our police. Provides incentives to fill stores and vacant properties. Provide safe places to gather. Make it easier to use new tools like smart phones to report and detect burglaries and potholes.
Address school traffic on Ralston. Provide connected transportation choices. Develop safe routes to school, work and play. Design safe connected sidewalks for children, disabled, seniors, and moms with strollers.
Create quality jobs for our youth and older workers with a busy downtown that invites people to gather, shop and work. Provide low interest loans to small business' that employ local residents. Develop an accelerator program for successful business.
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