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City of CotatiCandidate for City Council

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John Dell'Osso

1,603 votes (20.3%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Responsible/planned growth within the City limits
  • Leverage limited funds to make the City's dollars more effective
  • Emphasis on pedestrian and bicycle circulation and emphasis on preserving community buffers.



Profession:National Park Ranger
Chief of Interpretation & Resource Education, National Park Service, Point Reyes National Seashore (1983–current)
City Council Member, City of Cotati — Elected position (2013–current)
City Council Member, City of Cotati — Appointed position (2011–2012)
City Council Member, City of Cotati — Elected position (1994–1998)


University of California, Davis Bachelor of Science, Environmental Planning & Management (1983)

Community Activities

Commissioner, Sonoma County Library Commission (2007–2013)
Board Member (President), Rancho Cotate High School Project Graduation (2005–2011)
Board Member, Rohnert Park-Cotati Library Foundation (1998–2007)
Board Member and President, Rancho Cotati Little League (2001–2006)
Environmental Advisory Commission, City of Cotati (1990–1994)

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (9)

  • Sonoma County Democratic Central Committee
  • Coalition for a Better Sonoma County
  • North Coast Builders Exchange
  • North Bay Labor Council
  • Latino Political Action Committee of Sonoma County
  • Sierra Club Sonoma County
  • Sonoma County Conservation Action

Elected Officials (5)

  • US Congressman Mike Thompson
  • Sonoma County Supervisors Susan Gorin, David Rabbitt and Shirlee Zane
  • State Assembly Member Marc Levine
  • State Senator Mike McGuire
  • US Congressman Jared Huffman

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