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November 8, 2016 — California General Election

City of Mountain ViewCandidate for City Council

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Greg Coladonato

Governing Board Member
6,144 votes (7.83%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Advocating for innovative and cooperative solutions to city problems
  • Allowing property owners to build housing to suit the diverse demands of the community
  • Promoting sensible, affordable transit and transportation investments



Profession:Governing Board Member of the Mountain View Whisman School District board
Governing Board Member, Mountain View Whisman School District — Elected position (2014–current)
Commissioner, City of Mountain View Human Relations Commission — Appointed position (2011–2014)
Committee member, Mountain View Whisman School District Measure C Parcel Tax Oversight Committee — Appointed position (2011–2014)
Committee member, Mountain View Whisman School District Measure G Bond Oversight Committee — Appointed position (2012–2014)
Product Manager, Google (2005–2009)
Vice-President, BlackRock, Inc (1995–1998)


The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania M.B.A. (2005)
Cornell University B.S., Applied and Engineering Physics (1993)
Cornell University B.A., Computer Science (1993)

Community Activities

Founder, Repair Cafe Mountain View (2013–current)
Founder and President, City of Mountain View Slater Neighborhood Association (2011–2014)

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— October 31, 2016 KMVT

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