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Mendocino County, CA November 2, 2010 Election
 Smart Voter Ron Orenstein

Candidate for
Council Member; City of Willits

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Semi-Retired Project Manager
  • Former City Council member
  • County Civil Service Commissioner
  • Member of Willits Rotary
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Working to create good paying, home-grown jobs
  • Working to develop good traffic circulation routes in Willits
  • Working to rejuvinate and beautify the downtown area
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Position Papers
Jobs and the Local Economy
The lack of good paying jobs is one of the most serious underlying problems that we face as a community. Together we can develop strategies to address this.
The Bypass and Traffic Circulation
The Bypass has long been a contentious issue in Willits, but I believe that we can take what we have to develop a comprehensive plan to move traffic and people around town.
Improving our Downtown Area
Our downtown is in need of a major facelift, to create a beautiful environment for visitors and locals alike. Changes also need to be made to enhance pedestrian safety.
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