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November 6, 2018 — California General Election
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City of HesperiaCandidate for Member, City Council, District 2

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Dan Ramirez

Retired Utility Supervisor
674 votes (22.92%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Reduce impact of Tapestry Project
  • Improve infrastructure (roadways, access, traffic flows)
  • provide transparency and be held responsible to the residents of Hesperia, not developers and special interest groups

Experience

Experience

Profession:Retired Management
Adjunct Faculty (Professor of Business), Victor Valley College (1995–2018)
District Operations Supervisor, Southern California Edison (1984–2015)
Chairman Hesperia Citizen's Advisory Committee, City of Hesperia — Appointed position (1989–1989)

Education

University of La Verne Masters Business Administration, Business (1995)
California State University at Fullerton Bachelor of Arts, Sociology (1983)

Community Activities

Security Detail, First Assembly of God Victorville (2015–2018)

Biography

I have over forty plus years of business management experience, having been on the management staff of several companies. I also have been teaching part-time at Victor Valley College for the past 24 years, serving on the  business department staff. So, I have the practical business experience and the educational background in business providing me a well rounded viewpoint to tackle issues on the city level.

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

Officials elected to the City Council need to represent the concerns and wishes of the residents. Council members who accept donations from developers and special interest groups run counter to truly representing the people. Hesperia has the potential to become one of the largest cities in San Bernardino County. The task is to blend the rural lifestyle with progress and responsible growth--our City Vision Statement! So, I am not against growth, but I believe we need to have responsible growth so we don't severely impact roads, city services, police and fire services and water.

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