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November 6, 2018 — California General Election
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City of Morro BayCandidate for City Council

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Jan Goldman

Visitor Center Staff
1,794 votes (17.82%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Building the water reclamation facility at the selected site.
  • Encouraging new businesses to give Morro ay a try. We need more diverse, higher paying jobs instead of relying so heavily on tourism.
  • Completing a short-term rental policy and finding ways to increase the availability of affordable housing.

Experience

Experience

Profession:Retired teacher
Morro Bay Visitor Center Staff, Moro Bay Chamber of Commerce (2007–current)
Public Works Advisory Board, City of Morro Bay — Appointed position (2013–current)
General Plan Advisory Committee, City of Morro Bay — Appointed position (2016–current)

Education

Long Beach State University Credential, Special Education/ Learning Disabled (1989)
San Jose Stae University Bachelor of Arts, social sciences, psychology (1967)
San Jose State University General Education Credential, K-8 (1967)

Community Activities

Volunteer, Morro Bay in Bloom (2015–current)
member, Morro Bay Friends of the Library (2008–current)
Member, Morro Bay Open Space Alliance (2017–current)
Member, Morro Bay Historical Society (2017–current)
Member, Morro Bay Historical Society (2016–current)

Biography

I earned my BA in Social Sciences/ Psychology and a General Education credential from San Jose State University.

I received a Special Education/Learning Disabled credential from Long Beach State University.

 

I moved to Morro Bay 11 years ago after retiring from teaching for the Los Angeles Unified School District. I started volunteering at various places in pursuit of my desire  to be a contributing citizen in my new hometown. It wasn’t long before I was hired to work part-time at the Morro Bay Visitor’s Center.  I am still working there today.  I am a member of the Morro Bay Chamber of Commerce, the Morro Bay Open Space Alliance and the Morro Bay Historical Society.  I volunteer at the Morro Bay Museum of Natural History and with Morro Bay in Bloom.

Who supports this candidate?

Elected Officials (2)

  • Robert ( Red) Davis, Morro Bay City Council
  • Matt Makowetski, Morro Bay City Council

Individuals (1)

  • Jane Heath, Law Offices of Jane heath

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I believe that the purpose of government is to make decisions that benefit the citizens.  This process requires conversation and compromise.  I appreciate "civil discourse".  I understand that total  agreement on issues is not likely to happen, but fair, open discussions starting with common areas of agreement are important in order to reach a conclusion acceptable to the majority.

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