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Mario S Rivas
- Keep interests of the citizens first and foremost
- Keep public Safety a top priority
- Prioritize city spending through conservative fiscal management
- Occupation: Environmental Programs Coordinatior
- US Army Commissioned Officer, Reserve-National Guard
- AS Business, Barstow College
- BS Criminal Justice, Park University
- BS Management, Park University
- Associate of CA Resource Recovery Association
- Los Angeles County Solid Waste Committee-Integrated Waste Management Task Force Member
Nestor Enrique Valencia
- Transparent city government
- Public safety
- Environmental Responsivility
- Occupation: Health Care Admininstrator
- San Jose State University, B.S., Health Sciece
- Distinguished Citizens' Award Recipient , City of Bell
- Former CEAC Committee President - Corona Avenue Elementary School Parent School Site Council.
- Senior Citizens Advocate, volunteered for the California Department of Aging to ensure proper care and rights to Senior Housing residents.
- Health Care Professional for 23 years managing Affordable Healthcare benefits and services.
- Teacher for Second Grade Bilingual education students.
- To Create a more transparent City Council.
- To Give Residents a stronger voice in City Hall.
- To Preserve Taxpayer Rights while maintaining Fiscal Solvency
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