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San Mateo County, CA June 3, 2003 Election
Member, City Council; City of Belmont Voter Information

Unexpired Short Term Ending November 2005.

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Coralin Feierbach 1805 votes 49.2%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: Businesswoman/Investor
  • Belmont City Council 1995-1999
  • Belmont Mayor 1999
  • B.A. and 2 years graduate work in Mathematics
  • Belmont Planning commissioner 1985-1987 and 2001-2003
  • Software Developer - owned own business
  • Now involved in startup company manufacturing medical device
  • Maintain our essential services such as police, fire, road repair, sewers, and storm drains, during this time of economic uncertainty.
  • Strengthen and expand our downtown tax base while providng a village-like atmosphere
  • Develop stronger ties with our public and private schools and with Notre Dame de Namur University
George A. Burgess 1567 votes 42.7%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: Financial Businessman
  • B.A. Degree, Columbia College, NY, NY
  • Publications Committee - American Accounting Assn.
  • Accredited Personnel Diplomate
  • Past Board Member & Treasurer - Rehabilitation Institute
  • Board Member - YMCA Human Development Center
  • Member - Chamber of Commerce
  • Support the 12 citywide priorities established by the current council
  • Promote the arts and our superb educational facilities
  • Increase the economic value of Belmont
George P. Kranen 295 votes 8.0%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: Retired Project Manager
  • Member of Belmont's Outdoor Recreation Task Force
  • Recently member of the Parks and Recreation Commission
  • Served on Open Space and Trails Advisory Committee
  • Founding president, San Juan Canyon Preservation Trust
  • We owe our young people opportunities to practice leadership.
  • We should make some routes to some of our schools safe enough for kids to walk to school.
  • We should protect ourselves from future energy crises by forming a utility district under California's Community Choice law.

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