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November 8, 2016 — California General Election
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City of Los AltosCandidate for City Council

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Jan Pepper

Member, Los Altos City Council
8,678 votes (23.85%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Transparent, inclusive government - Expand community engagement efforts to utilize reach more people in multiple ways.
  • Complete streets - Expand the Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission to consider the safety of all modes of transportation: autos, bicycles, and pedestrians.
  • Fiscal Accountability - Complete a comprehensive 10-year financial plan. Based on the results, invest in improved city facilities, such as the community and senior center at both Hillview and Grant Park.

Experience

Experience

Profession:CEO, Peninsula Clean Energy
CEO, Peninsula Clean Energy (2016–current)
Board Member, Bay Area Air Quality Management District — Appointed position (2013–current)
Board Member, Recycling and Waste Recovery Commission, Santa Clara County — Appointed position (2013–current)
Board Member, Cities Association of Santa Clara County — Appointed position (2015–current)
Electric Division Manager, Silicon Valley Power, City of Santa Clara (2010–2016)
Councilmember, Los Altos City Council — Elected position (2012–2016)

Education

Stanford University BS, Civil Engineering (current)
STanford University MBA (current)

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • Dave Reeder, Former Mayor
  • Jim Thurber, Former Mayor
  • Joe Simitian, Santa Clara County Supervisor, District 5

Organizations (4)

  • League of Conservation Voters
  • Sierra Club
  • Palo Alto Daily Post
  • Los Altos Town Crier

Elected Officials (4)

  • Jane Reed, Fomer Mayor
  • Jerry Hill, California State Senate, 13th District
  • Rich Gordon, California State Assembly, 21st District
  • Anna Eshoo, Member of Congress

Individuals (3)

  • Elizabeth Engle
  • Sally Meadows
  • Gary Hedden

Videos (1)

— October 30, 2016 KMVT

Three minute candidate statement hightlighting first term accomplishments and goals for the next four years.

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