Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Mayor Pro-Tem Mike O'Neill is Democrats guest speaker, Saturday, July 16, 2016

Announcement found in the print version of the Pacifica Tribune, 7/13/16 edition, page A2. "Mayor Pro-Tem O'Neill speaks at Democrats Club."

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Mayor Pro-Tem Mike O'Neill:  he's the big guy.
"Mike O'Neill, Pacifica Mayor Pro-Tem, will be the speaker at this Saturday's meeting of the Pacifica-Daly City Democrats Club on Saturday, July 16. In his remarks, O'Neill will discuss issues facing the City of Pacifica."  Doors for the meeting are open from 9:00 a.m., and the program begins at 9:30 a.m. and usually ends about 11:30 a.m.

"The meeting will be held in the rear banquet room of the Sharp Park Golf Course Restaurant in Pacifica.  Breakfast is available at $12, or continental at $6, or just coffee at $3. However, no purchase is necessary, and the meeting is free and open to the general public. For more information, contact Judy Heldberg, or 650-359-6874." 

Reference.  City Councilmembers,  Meeting portal/Councilmember O'Neill:  voting record per meeting; attendance 91%, (Mike O'Neill had a knee surgery and was absent (excused) during the month of June, 2016).  Election website/Mike O'Neill/About, "experience, commitment, common sense," also see Issues. LinkedIn. 

Related article.  Pacifica Tribune/Barbara Arietta/Special, 8/17/13, "Councilmember Mike O'Neill discusses Pacifica infrastructure projects."  "Much of Pacifica's aging infrastructure, such as the sewer lines, roadways and community buildings, were either built before or at the time that the city incorporated 56 years ago. Due to climate, age and technology many parts of the city's infrastructure are now either obsolete or broken down and in need of replacement.O'Neill's presentation will identify all of the major infrastructure projects being done by the City of Pacifica, which will include not only projects in the planning stage, or soon to happen, but also those which have already started. O'Neill, recently elected to the Pacifica City Council in November 2012 to fill the mid-term vacated seat of former City Councilman Jim Vreeland, is a San Francisco native. Growing up in San Francisco, he attended local schools and graduated from City College and San Francisco State University." 

Note:  photograph from a Fix Pacifica article, submitted by Jim Wagner, 11/13/12, "Mullin meet and greet a success."
Posted by Kathy Meeh

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