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November 8, 2016 — Elección General de California

Consejo MunicipalCiudad de CarpinteriaNovember 8, 2016Elección General de California

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November 8, 2016Elección General de California

Ciudad de CarpinteriaConsejo Municipal

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Resultados electorales

  • 100% de distritos activos (6/6).
  • 8,525 boletas electorales serán contadas.

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Members of the city council draft and vote on city laws and appoint certain municipal officers and employees.
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Puede votar por 2 candidatos de 3 candidatos totales.
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Incumbent
3,474 votos (40.75%)Winning
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  • Create a strategic plan that focuses on infrastructure maintenance and development that includes budgeting. Streets, water, energy, and protecting our natural resources.
  • Maintaining Carpinteria's small town charm with policies and plans that are based on the input of our Community
  • Promote and support our Youth programs and leadership developmemnt, as these are our future leaders.
Profesión:Landscape Contractor

 

I have been an active member of the Carpinteria community since bringing my family here 40 years ago. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in horticulture from Cal Poly SLO, I started a local landscape contracting business, which I continue to manage.

 

 

 

My commitment to public service includes over 20 years of continuous service on the Architectural Review Board, and on the Carpinteria City Council. I have been actively involved in reviewing neighborhood and city planning guidelines, and projects for Carpinteria. I also serve as President of the Carpinteria Boys & Girls Foundation, have 30 years of coaching youth sports, and am a member of the Carpinteria Chamber. I am a member and Past President of the Rotary Club of Carpinteria Morning, 2011-2012 Rotary International District Governor, and was the project general coordinator of the Tomol Interpretive Play Area. I have traveled the world supporting water and sanitation projects, polio eradication efforts, and community and economic development, and received Rotary International’s highest individual honor, the “Service Above Self” award for volunteerism in and outside of Rotary.

 

 

 

In January of 2012, I was honored to be named “Carpinterian of the Year” with my wife, Roxanne, for our community involvement.

 

 

 

My public service and business experience, as well as my familiarity with the city government, will help me make well-rounded decisions as a councilmember.  

 

I will support Carpinteria’s commitment to preserving our environmental treasures, champion programs that teach children how to become leaders in our community, and sustain our small beach town charm.

 

 

 

 

As a Rotarian, I have done my best to live by the Four Way Test

 

  1. Is it the Truth

  2. Is it Fair to all concerned

  3. Will it build Goodwill and better Friendships?

  4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

     

    In doing so, I have found that it is essential to consider how a decision can affect everyone. It is also difficult to make decisions that will benefit 100% of the people, 100% of the time. Being open and objective, and approaching decisions with an open mind, does help the process, along with research and a better understanding of the issues. This is where the Four Way Test comes into play. It sets a standard that takes into account how a decision will benefit everyone in the future. As a decision maker for the City, this is an essential step in doing the job effectively, efficiently, and fair.

 

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Carpinteria City Councilmember
3,396 votos (39.84%)Winning
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  • Preservation of open space and ag land: This is critical to maintaining the small town charm we value.
  • Inclusionary workforce housing: We must continue to provide housing for our local workforce.
  • Maintaining the fiscal stability of the city with smart economic growth.
Profesión:Carpinteria Councilmember
Mail Carrier for 36 years, U.S. Postal Service (not availanot availa)
Assistant Manager for 10 years, Silver Sands Village Mobile Home Park (not availanot availa)
Veteran, U.S. Navy (not availanot availa)
Councilmember, City of Carpinteria — Cargo elegido (2012current)
Boardmember, HopeNet of Carpinteria (Suicide Prevention) — Cargo designado (2013current)
1st Vice-President, California League of Cities, Channel Counties Division — Cargo elegido (2014current)
Boardmember, Carpinteria Mobile Home Rent Stabilization — Cargo designado (20092012)
CSUN Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), History major, Political Science minor (not availa)
Founding Member Steering Committee, Carpinteria City Volunteer Corp/Host Program (2006current)
Volunteer, Carpinteria City Volunteer Corp/Host (2006current)
Volunteer, Carpinteria Beautiful (2007current)
Steering Committee, Carpinteria Seal Watch (2009current)
  • Please visit my website for the growing list of endorsements: FredShaw4Carp.com

Issues of the Day

Summary

I am proud to have served my community for last several years and look forward to continuing to maintain our little slice of paradise through my work on Council. I truly believe we can be fiscally prudent, environmentally conscious, and sustainable for our children and generations beyond. Carpinteria is a special small beach town and with hard work we can keep it that way.

Environment

 

I am committed to preserving our treasured parks, open space, and agricultural lands.

I have helped preserve our environment representing Carpinteria on the BEACON board- an important partner in climate change planning.

With the goal of increasing our open space, I continue to work on the Bluffs III acquisition.


Housing

 

I will advocate for creative planning within new and remodeled developments to provide adequate housing for our local employees at all income levels in the years ahead.

I support local work force and senior housing. I will continue to advocate for ways to meet these needs.


Fiscal Stablility

 

I truly believe we can grow our economy in such a way that it does not change the character of Carpinteria.

I will continue to advocate for resource-neutral businesses to complement our research and development business sector at the east end of town.


Transportation

 

I will continue to advocate for expanded shuttle bus service for the under-served areas of Carpinteria.

As part of the Bicycle Tourism Coalition, I am advocating for completing the bike trail from Rincon Point to Santa Claus Lane, which will serve bike commuters and recreational users.

We are working towards a more efficient train schedule to accommodate commuters in the south coast.


Mental Health

 

I am a board member of HopeNet of Carpinteria, a suicide prevention group,which has brought county mental health services to Carpinteria for the first time. This provides for individual confidential mental health counseling twice a month.

Also HopeNet of Carpinteria provides a general guide to all mental health resources within the county.


Youth

 

Our youth will benefit through my support for a skate park. 

As your councilmember I will continue to provide support for our summer Jr. Guards program and maintenance of our sports fields for youth soccer, football and baseball/softball.

I feel it is important to advocate for sustaining our youth programs at the city pool.

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Bob Franco

Retired
1,621 votos (19.01%)
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