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San Mateo County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
City Council; City of Menlo Park Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 6 2:34am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (28/28 0/4 Absentee)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Lee B. Duboc 4,276 votes 20.5%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: City of Menlo Park Commissioner/Mother
  • B.A. Political Science, Stanford University
  • Former Chair, M. P. Parks & Rec. Commission
  • Present Co Chair of Parks & Rec. Commission
  • Former Secretary of Menlo Park Atherton Education Foundation
  • Former head of Community Service Program at Hillview Middle School
  • PTA Service Award recepient
  • Eliminate wasteful spending and balance the City's budget repsonibly
  • Common sense traffic solutions with neighborhood participation and support
  • Support balanced planning policies that protect the rights of all residents
Nicholas Jellins 3,691 votes 17.7%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: Attorney/Councilmember
Mickie Winkler 3,421 votes 16.4%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: Retired Marketing Executive
  • Menlo Park Housing Commissioner
  • Vice Chair, MCA (resigned)
  • Alternate, O'Connor Tract Co-op Water Co.
  • Bring open ears (not a closed mind) to City Council
  • Facilitate safe traffic flow through Menlo Park
  • Promote residential zoning that encourages home improvement
Antoinette "Toni" Stein 3,082 votes 14.8%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: Environmental Engineer; Commissioner - Menlo Pk & S.M. Cnty
  • PhD. Environmental Engineering, University of Cincinnati, expertise in Air Quality
  • Menlo Park Planning Commissioner, 1999 - present
  • San Mateo County Traffic & Air Quality Commissioner, 1998 - present
  • San Mateo County Solid Waste Advisory Commissioner, 1998 - present
  • Bay Area Air Quality Hearing Board,1998 - 2002
  • American Lung Assoc. & Leukemia Soc. volunteer
  • Promote mobility with measurable reductions in traffic congestion.
  • Continue to advocate changes to residential review to make it fair to all.
  • Welcome commercial development that compliments Menlo Parks high standards and serves our community.
William "Bill" Halleck 2,638 votes 12.6%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: Landscape Architect, City Commissioner, Parent
  • Menlo Park Planning Commissioner
  • Menlo Park Environmental Commissioner
  • Landscape Architect & Environmental Permit Specialist, City of San Jose, 15 years
  • San Francisquito Creek Watershed Resource Management Task Force
  • Society for Ecological Restoration
  • Association of Environmental Planners
  • Protect our suburban character by mitigating pressures on our community stemming from our high land values and regional growth.
  • Work for growth solutions that maintain home and business values; and for zoning that protects the character and scale of neighborhoods.
  • Work for responsible government, for balancing fiscal needs with priorities of both residents and businesses.
David Speer 1,984 votes 9.5%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: Alameda County Real Estate Projects Manager
  • MBA, University of California, Berkeley, 1989
  • A.B., Economics, Stanford University
  • Menlo Park Residential Review Task Force
  • San Francisco New Asian Art Museum Bldg Committee
  • Pleasanton Housing and Growth Subcommittee
  • Pleasanton Ridgelands Committee
  • Responsible Development that respects individual rights while discouraging excessive projects at the expense of neighborhood quality & city revenues.
  • Community Decision Making - Our residents are the decision makers. I have learned to listen well to residents and businesses early and often.
  • Real Leadership means acting on difficult issues, participating fully on committees, doing my homework in advance of meetings.
Eric N. Kinney 1,338 votes 6.4%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: Financial Advisor
  • Double B.A.'s Economics & Communication University of California San Diego (UCSD)
  • Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, Mexico International Business, Spanish Fluency
  • Board Advisor Foothill De Anza Community College Foundation
  • Park Lane Home Owner Association Board Member
  • Linfield Oaks Neighborhood Assocation Member
  • Measure T Volunteer
  • Develop technology and communication outreach programs with on-site council meetings and a web based neighborhood network.
  • Explore regional partnerships with governments, non profits and foundations for after school programs, environmental projects, traffic solutions.
  • Start the Menlo Park Community Foundation (MPCF) as a non traditional 501c3 foundation to assist in funding recreational, cultural and senior programs
Michael Meyer 431 votes 2.1%
  • Occupation: Computer Systems Engineer

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