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Pat Hume discusses Elk Grove CIty Council candidacy This two-part series features talks with 2018 Elk Grove District 2 city council candidates Andres Ramos and Pat Hume.
The interviews are being posted based on a drawing conducted by Ramos. Today the session with HUme is posted and the discussion with Ramos was posted.
Andres Ramos discusses Elk Grove City Council candidacy In this edition we have a discussion with Elk Grove City Council candidate Andres Ramos who is seek the District 2 seat of the Elk Grove City Council.
A discussion with Incumbent Pat Hume will be made available in a subsequent podcast.
The importance of travelAnti-French sentiment in the United States has been around for as long as I can remember. Back in the 1950s, my father and other World War II veterans talked about how the French were not sufficiently thankful for liberating their country from German occupation.
Tracie Stafford discusses Elk Grove mayoral candidacy This two-part series concludes with a discussion featuring 2018 Elk Grove mayoral candidate Tracie Stafford.
The same topics were discussed with Stafford and one of her rivals, Darren Suen with one question altered slightly based on Suen's current status as an elected office holder.
The third candidate in the mayoral race, Steve Ly, declined an invitation to participate.
City Attorney Hobbs Flubs-Up in Elk GroveAt the Wednesday, October 10, 2018 meeting of the Elk Grove City Council, according to one speaker, Mayor Steve flubbed-up. Ly's flub was to give one male speaker an unusually long public comment.
At pointed out in the meeting, this was not the first time the mayor showed deference to male speakers while being dismissive of women. Along with Ly's flub, City Attorney Jonathan Hobbs got in on the evening's flob-athon as well.
Ly denies treating women unfairly during council meetingsAt last night's meeting of the Elk Grove City Council, Mayor Steve Ly denied that he allows men more time to speak than women during public comment. That criticism was leveled during the public comment section of the Wednesday, October 10 council meeting.
Speaking to the council, Elk Grove resident Danesa Atilles noted that during public comment, one male speaker was engaged by both the council and police staff for over 30 minutes.
The Open Window – A Slightly Scary Halloween StoryThe night wasn’t much different than all the other Halloween nights in the small Vermont town of Plainfield. A few straggling trick-or-treaters could be seen far in the distance, enjoying one last opportunity to add candy to their bags.
Elk Grove citizen - why the general plan update matters Currently the CIty of Elk Grove. California is updating its general plan. This is an important process.
In this episode Elk Grove resident Lynn Wheat offers her insight and commentary on some of the areas that need improvement.
EGUSD Racial Incidents To Be TrackedOn Tuesday, January 16, 2018 the Elk Grove Unified School District held a community forum to discuss race relations and education equality.
The first of over 60 speakers was Lorraine Pryor of the Black Youth Leadership Project. Pryor told the EGUSD board members she was disgusted with how the district treats African-American student, and that they would be tracking such incidents.
Congressional Candidate Brad Westmoreland in Elk Grove Progressive Democratic candidate Brad Westmoreland speaks to the monthly meeting of the Resistance in Elk Grove. Westmoreland relates the experiences that led him to challenge incumbent and fellow Democrat Dr. Ami Bera for California's Seventh Congressional District in the 2018 primary.
Jerry Braxmeyer Discusses CCSD Candidacy Elk Grove resident Jerry Braxmeyer discusses his 2018 candidacy for the Cosumnes Community Services District. Braxmeyer is one of four declared candidates seeking two seats on the five member board of directors, The CCSD provide parks and recreation and fire protection services in Elk Grove and Galt, California.