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First Candidate for 2014 City Council Election Steps Forward

Original post made by Jim Neal, Old Mountain View, on Jan 26, 2014

I just finished reading the article about titled "Surprised by local housing costs? You shouldn't be". The article goes in depth into the history of jobs and housing in Mountain View. However, at the end of the article it states:

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Posted by Konrad M. Sosnow
a resident of Cuesta Park
on Jan 27, 2014 at 11:50 am

Jim,

We need to put together a slate of quality of life candidates. By working together we can surpass the efforts of each individual candidate. It will be difficult to defeat the out of town developer candidates and their money, but we can do it!

Take Back Mountain View


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Posted by Jim Neal
a resident of Old Mountain View
on Jan 27, 2014 at 1:17 pm

Jim Neal is a registered user.

@Konrad -- I appreciate the support! Please send me your email information and I will make sure to keep you updated on my campaign and events that I will be organizing. Thanks much!


Jim Neal
Old Mountain View
info@electneal.org


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Posted by McCoy
a resident of Cuesta Park
on Oct 27, 2014 at 2:07 pm

I find it truly amazing that you wrote about all this back in January, before there even was a Balanced Mountain View, and these are the main topics of conversation in the campaign today ( other than the special interest spending ). This shows an understanding of the community and leadership that none of the others has so far.

I also like the fact that at the forums, you were able to answer questions about city policy that some of the other candidates couldn't because they hadn't been at the council meetings when the items came up.

You've got my vote Neal! I hope you make it man!