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November 7, 2017 — Local Elections
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City of BurlingameCandidate for City Council

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Steve Duncan

Assistant Retail Manager
1,423 votes (11.6%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Make Broadway Ave. a more business friendly environment and destination.
  • Require PG&E to fix their hazardous electrical vault covers on Burlingame sidewalks.
  • Establish affordable housing for our Teachers, Police, and residents.

Experience

Experience

Profession:Retail Store Manager
Member, San Mateo GOP District 1, San Mateo GOP — Elected position (2016–current)
Assistant Store Manager, Robert's Market (2016–2017)
Assistant Store Manager, Rite Aid (1998–2012)
Journeyman Retail Clerk, Walgreens (1985–1998)

Education

San Francisco St. University Bachelor of Arts, English Literature (1988)

Community Activities

member, St. Catherine of Siena, Burlingame Men's Club (2014–current)
Member, past Board Member, Burlingame Lions Club (2010–current)
Volunteer, David Canepa Re-Election for Daly City Council (2012–2012)

Biography

I have been a Burlingame Resident for the past 13 years.  I have been a San Mateo County resident for 55 years.

I am a Burlingame Lion's Club member and past Board Member.  The Lion's Club is the largest service organization in America.  In Burlingame, the Lion's Club improves the community by remodeling playgrounds, holding spelling bees to allow students to win scholarships, collecting used eyeglasses for the poor in other countries, annual Easter Egg Hunt and breakfast, etc.

I attended Skyline College, graduated from San Francisco St. University.  While working full-time, I graduated from the CSM Reserve Police Officer Program.

A cancer survivor, I cherish life and live life to the fullest every day.  It is my desire to serve on the City Council because I love and care for Burlingame.  I watch and attend City Council Meetings to keep apprised of current city issues that affect the community.

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

 

I believe in Fiscal Responsibilty (Balanced Budgets) and Transparency.

Here is what I will work for:

Make Broadway Ave. a more business friendly environment.

Pedestrian Safety.

Requiring PG&E fix their hazardous electrical vault covers on Burlingame sidewalks.

Establish affordable housing for our Teachers, Police, and residents.

Making sure CalTrans maintains El Camino Real.

Continue fiscal responsibility.

Save the character of Burlingame---our trees, neighborhood charm, etc.

My motto: " Service above myself."

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