Tag: Debbie McKillop

District 4 council candidates discuss Martinez issues on CCTV

District 4 council candidates discuss Martinez issues on CCTV

| September 23, 2018 | 1 Comment

Martinez voters will be deciding only one Council seat this year since the city was accused by a Malibu attorney, Kevin Shenkman, representing a San Antonio client, of violating the California Voting Rights Act through its at-large elections. To avoid risking millions of dollars in a court battle with Shenkman, the City Council adopted four […]

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Candidates set for mayor, council, education board races

Candidates set for mayor, council, education board races

| August 15, 2018

Candidate slates have been set in the Martinez mayoral and Council November elections as well as the Martinez Unified School District Board of Education, according to the Contra Costa County Elections Office. In the mayoral race, incumbent Rob Schroder is being challenged by Yazmin Llamas-Morales. This is the city’s only at-large race since a Malibu […]

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Letter to the Editor: To ‘F’ or to ‘I’…that is the question

Letter to the Editor: To ‘F’ or to ‘I’…that is the question

| May 20, 2018 | 1 Comment

Before you cast your vote on the two Private Property and open space measures on the June 5th, 2018 ballot, be sure you have all the facts. Information is out there for you to explore and it can be found in your Voter Information Guide pages CC 021-040 to CC 021-56. Information is also available […]

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Measure F protects private property

Measure F protects private property

| May 2, 2018 | 12 Comments

Dear Martinez Resident, We are writing this letter as citizens of Martinez, and not in our capacities with the City of Martinez, to let you know about an initiative on the June 5th Election Ballot that will have an impact on private property. This is MEASURE I, which was circulated and put on the ballot […]

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