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Nancy L. Amadeo
- Occupation: Businesswoman
- 2008 City council member
- 2005-2008 Planning Commissioner
- Pres., Marina in Motion, 2004-present
- 2010,08,06 California League of Cities Planners Institute
- 2007 Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CEPTED) Conference and Workshop
- 2006-present, Treasurer, Marina Youth Arts
David W. Brown
- Promote policies that generate sustainable revenue that ensure the adequete funding for public safety and services
- Create policies that provide for the expansion of our business community creating needed jobs that enhance the lives of the citizens of Marina
- Preserve the environment while we grow
- Occupation: Attorney at Law;
- Marina Planning Commission member, 2009-present, currently vice chairperson;
- Fort Ord Reuse Authority (FORA) Board Member, 2004;
- Marina Coast Water District board member, 1998-2007, MCWD Board President 2000-2001, 2005-2006, Vice President 2001-2002;
- Marina Coast Water District Water Conservation Commission, 1998;
- Attorney in private general practice ,1982-present; Adjunct Professor, Monterey College of Law, 1983-2003;
- Chemist, Water Resources Div., U.S. Geological Survey, 1972-1982.
- Bring Marina's budget under control.
- Build Marina through closer ties with CSUMB
- Make Marina a vibrant, business-friendly city -- starting with outreach to businesses and repeal of the current sign ordinance.
- Occupation: Senior Analyst
- Project development for county level public service departments
- Currently serving third term on the Marina Planning Commission
- Marina homeowner for 15 years
- Parent Teacher Assoc. Olson Elem. 1995-2001
- Marina Design Review Board 2003
- SGI-USA Monterey Area leader (Watsonville to King City)
- Tackle the budget using common sense and fairness
- Strengthen local and regional partnerships to create jobs and increase city revenue
- Create a vibrant downtown welcoming to citizens and visitors
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