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LWV League of Women Voters of California
Monterey County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
 Smart Voter Chuck Della Sala

Candidate for
Councilmember; City of Monterey

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Businessperson/Planning Commissioner
  • Planning Commissioner, City of Monterey, 1992 to present, chairperson 7/94-7/95
  • President, Monterey PONY Baseball/Softball, Inc, 1996-Present
  • President, Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, 1989
  • Robert C. Littlefield Award recipient for outstanding contributions to the Chamber, 1991
  • Monterey Sports Center Leadership Campaign Committee, 1992
  • Born and raised in Monterey; graduated from Monterey High School in 1973 and Santa Clara University in 1977
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Strongly support a year-round, fast and fun trolley service for residents and visitors to manage our traffic and parking.
  • Stand-up for what is right and fair for all residents and employees of Monterey. Protecting your life and property is a top priority.
  • Maintain a delicate balance between our natural environment and a healthy economy.
Key Endorsements
  • Monterey Firefighters' and Monterey Police Officers' Associations
  • Monterey Mayor, Dan Albert
  • Monterey Councilmember, Theresa Canepa
Position Papers
Chuck Della Sala for Monterey City Council
Campaign Contact Information

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