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George P Finigan
- Occupation: Planning Commissioner/Policeman
- Occupation: Electrical Engineer
- 5 Years as Planning Commissioner Paso Robles
- 6 Years on the Board of Directors for Main Street
- Employed with PG&E for 34 years
- Member of Paso Robles Lions
- Member of class VI, SLO Leadership Program
Joe M. Dutra
- I believe in Moderate growth that best serves the community
- The time for change is now. City spending must make sense for today and tomorrow
- Let us preserve and share our vision of Paso Robles. It is a special place
- Occupation: Retired Businessman
- Community Volunteer Patrol, Paso Robles Police Dept.
- Vice-Chair, Paso Robles Transit Advisory Board
- SLO County Commission on Aging
- Commissioner on the Oak Park Housing Authority Board
- Advisor to the Paso Robles Police Explorer Program
- Trilingual: English, Spanish, Portuguese
LEE K. Swanson
- A Backup Water System: We need to identify an alternate water source.
- Growth in Paso Robles: If we continue with the growth pattern of recent years, we will not have adequate roads, sewer capability, etc.
- Better Paying Jobs: We need to have a balance between housing and jobs. We need to attract companies that pay a good wage, ex: out by the Airport.
- Occupation: Businessman
- Mayor Pro Tem for the City of Paso Robles
- Bachelor of Science from Bemidji State University in Minnesota
- Masters Degree in Education
- Guidance & Counseling from Cal Poly University in San Luis Obispo
- Owner and Operator of Mr. Lee's Club
Patrick J. "Pat" Mackie
- Progressive Economic Growth
- Real Per Capita Income
- Diverse and Productive Clean Industries
- Occupation: Semi-retired businessman; 20-year community activist
- Citizens' Transportation Advisory Committee, Council of Governments, 16-years
- Paso Robles' Transit Advisory Committee
- Raises issues at most Council and Planning Committee meetings
- Initiated successful drive for elected mayor
- Chaired committe writing SLO animal regulation ordinance
- Helped write Paso's SOAR initiative, publicity chair
- Eliminating secrecy in City government and providing citizens with easier access to documents
- Require developers to pay for infrastructure to support their projects. Give incentives only when the community clearly benefits.
- Initiate new methods to determine the community's wishes. Put my own opinions second.
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- League's Candidates' Forum
- Thursday October 19, 7:00 pm
Paso Robles City Council Room
1000 Spring, Paso Robles