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Ronit Bryant in line to become mayor Tuesday

Original post made on Dec 31, 2009

According to Mountain View tradition, vice mayor Ronit Bryant is set to become mayor when Margaret Abe-Koga steps down from the helm on Tuesday.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Wednesday, December 30, 2009, 2:54 PM

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Posted by Dave
a resident of Castro City
on Dec 31, 2009 at 5:38 am

God help us!


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Posted by @Dave
a resident of Old Mountain View
on Dec 31, 2009 at 2:14 pm

Sounds like you DO actually need help! I suggest CHAC


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Posted by Cheech
a resident of Old Mountain View
on Jan 1, 2010 at 8:12 am

Ronit Bryant

Does anyone know what Her FPPC number is ? The ex Chair of OMVNA steering committee who's practice is autocratic and I have a question about Her election practices for funding?

Restrictions on Government Officials and Employees

Overview of Post-Employment Restrictions

The Political Reform Act places three restrictions on the activities of public officials who are leaving government employment. Two are post-employment, while the third regulates activities of an official before leaving.

One-Year Ban: Gov. Code Section 87406 restricts former state officials, for one year after leaving state service, from being paid to communicate with their former agency in an attempt to influence agency decisions that involve the making of general rules (such as regulations or legislation), or to influence a permit, license, contract, or transaction involving property or goods. (Note: The Act also places a one-year restriction on the activities of members of certain air pollution control districts.)


Lifetime Ban: Gov. Code Sections 87400-87405 prohibit former state officials from being paid to appear in a proceeding involving specific parties (e.g., a lawsuit, administrative law judge hearing, or a state contract) in which the official participated.


Prospective Employers: Gov. Code Section 87407 prohibits state and local public officials from making, participating in, or influencing a governmental decision that directly relates to a prospective employer.


For detailed information, contact the FPPC for assistance. Need personal help? Call 1-916-322-5660 or toll-free 1-866-ASK-FPPC and press "2" for telephone assistance.
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Have a great New Year!


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Posted by Thom
a resident of Shoreline West
on Jan 4, 2010 at 4:07 pm

And the hits keep coming. Is there no way we can have a say as citizens of this once great city? Seriously there has to be better choices.


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Posted by Jim
a resident of Whisman Station
on Jan 5, 2010 at 2:32 pm

All you whiners out there - if you're so concerned about preserving your democratic rights as a Mtn. View resident you're welcome to run for city council (and possibly eventually become Mayor) yourself. It's been said that countries (or in this case cities) end of with the type of government they deserve. Having lived in many cities (both large and small) I feel that Mtn. View is reasonably well run.


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