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November 6, 2018 — California General Election
Special District

Conejo Recreation and Park DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Chaise Rasheed

Merchandiser
8,027 votes (8.28%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Newbury Park Senior Center
  • Eliminate Round-up usage in parks
  • Water conservation

Experience

Experience

Profession:Merchandiser
Member, Ventura County Citizen's Transportation Advisory Committee — Appointed position (2015–current)
Member, Services Committee, California State Mental Health Services and Oversight Commission — Appointed position (2014–2016)

Biography

I have been a resident of the Conejo Valley for 19 years and have had familiar ties to this community for over 30 years. Before that I lived in Santa Barbara where I was born and raised for my first 13 years.

My professional background is in customer service having been a search guide for Cha Cha Search and as a retail support specialist for JCPenney and Macy's. From 2014-2016, I served on the Services Committee of the California Mental Health Services and Oversight Commission and since 2015 I have served on the Ventura County Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee.

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (2)

  • Ventura County Democratic Party
  • Democrats United for Progress Ventura County

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I believe that preserving parks is key to protecting the environment and to tackling climate change. Our climate benefits from even the smallest amount of carbon absorbed by trees in parks. Parks and open space are conducive to a healthy community. Governing requires planning ahead, thinking strategically and decision making capability. Most importantly the public has to be heard before decisions are made. Engaging the public is critical and any government body must strive for that. It is also important to control spending and make sure that taxpayers are getting the most out of the dollars that are put into the recreation and park district. We must spend wisely, but at the same time not cut corners when it comes to programs and infrastructure.

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