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November 8, 2016 — California General Election

City Council — City of Piedmont

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Jen Cavenaugh

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  1. Focus on fiscal responsibility and transparency
  2. Prioritize public safety including day-to-day response...
  3. Invest in infrastructure including technology, buildings,...
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  1. Ensure safe neighborhoods and provide support for...
  2. Work with City staff and the community to update Piedmont's...
  3. Address climate change and environmental issues affecting...
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  1. Crime and Safety: Home burglary alarm monitoring...
  2. Pitbull Ban: Ban Pitbulls in Piedmont. "Google"...
  3. Infrastructure: Repair all buckled and damaged sidewalks,...
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