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SLO County Democrats Endorse in SLO City Council Race
The San Luis Obispo County Democratic Party has endorsed Carlyn Christianson for San Luis Obispo City Council. The Special All-Mail City Election to fill a seat vacated by former Council member Andrew Carter will begin when ballots are mailed out on May 20. June 18 is the final day of balloting
Mike Heyl, Chair of the SLOCDP Endorsement Committee, said that Christianson was seen as the best candidate for the vacancy “because she has been a dedicated community volunteer in San Luis Obispo for 20 years and she also has deep experience in planning and land use issues.”
Democratic candidates for office are reviewed by the Democratic Central Committee, and an endorsement requires a 2/3 vote of the Committee. Democratic Party Chair, Pat Harris, said: “We hope our members will be enthusiastic volunteers with Carlyn’s campaign. We are eager to get a candidate with her vision, energy and experience on the SLO City Council.” Christianson has also been endorsed by Mayor Jan Marx and Councilmember John Ashbaugh.
For more information on the SLO County Democratic Party, please visit the web site: SLO County Democratslocdp. For more information about Carlyn Christianson, visit her web site.
Morro Bay Community Pool Foundation Changes Name to Estero Bay Community Pool Foundation
The Estero Bay Community Pool Foundation was formed in 2007 with the intention of building a pool here in Morro Bay. With multiple studies performed, residents of Estero Bay communicated the best place for a pool is in Morro Bay.
The foundation is dedicated group of six board members (as of Spring 2011); Ian Starkie President, Phil Cernow, Vice President, Karen Croley, Public Relations, Cary Maffiolli, Treasurer, Sophia Sneed, Secretary, and Pat Starkie, Community Outreach. They have been working closely with Director Joe Woods, Director of Morro Bay Recreation and Parks Department for the past two years to establish a MOU (memorandum of understanding). The MOU is a most important first step to building the pool as it would establish a working relationship between its partners.
The Morro Bay Community Pool Foundation is a California Non-Profit Public Benefit Corporation and a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity. Join them on Facebook (Visit Morro Bay Pool where you can become a fan and receive updates.) The Foundation is looking for volunteers and donations to help reach their goals. Please call President Ian Starkie at 709-2204, or email Pat Starkie. For more information contact Public Relations Director Karen Croley. You are also encouraged to visit the Foundation website to make donations or for further information about the Foundation or to sign up for their monthly e-newsletter.
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