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City Council Candidate: Marcia Rudolph
I believe in the future of Lake Forest rooted in sound fiscal management and community values of family, home and church.
I am a founding member of the MCAS El Toro Restoration Advisory Board, member of Orange County Child Care and Development Planning Council, Vector Control and Insurance Authority. I also serve as the League of Cities’ Employee Relations and Environmental Quality Policy Committees and graduated from their Leadership Academy.
As we celebrate 20 years as a city, we must be ever vigilant to protect our safety and quality of life.
I seek your vote to:
Continue improving our roads and intersections
Monitor animal control services
See City Hall, sports park, community center and recreation centers built
Protect and encourage businesses
Expand recreation opportunities for all ages
Monitor school district projects
Work with the Sheriff on Musick jail
Assure citizens are kept informed of all construction projects for review and comment
As a member of the first City Council with a proven record of independence and accountability, I believe that public service is service to you, our citizens.
As a mother, grandmother, retired teacher and homeowner, I ask for your most precious possession as an American citizen--your vote.
Tomorrow: City Council candidate Adam Nick