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Sunday, November 4, 2018 8:38 AM

Neighbor to Neighbor: Vice Mayor Cam Burks Endorses Teresa Gerringer for Lafayette City Council

Dear Neighbors:

Teresa Gerringer and I have known each other for quite some time. We've worked closely together during her tenure as Lafayette School Board President and board member, and I have tremendous respect for what she has accomplished in the community and her collaborative leadership. I have two children in Lafayette public schools and I commend Teresa and her board colleagues for what they have done to help strengthen an important element of our city's core value: "Green Hills & Great Schools".

Teresa has also proven herself as a visionary and critical supporter of the Lafayette Library and Learning Center, leading the fundraising campaign which resulted in the creation of our gem of a library. Her service on the the Lafayette Community Foundation Board is yet another example of how she has demonstrated impactful leadership to make Lafayette what it is today.

While Teresa and I might not agree on all issues, I have been impressed with her positive approach during the campaign and strongly believe that her diversity of thought and perspective would tangibly benefit how the City Council makes future decisions. She has the experience, she is inclusive and understands the pulse of the community, and most importantly, she has an incredible drive to serve the public and her community. I fully support Teresa's candidacy and urge you to vote for her for City Council on November 6.

All the best,
Cam Burks
Vice Mayor


Wednesday, October 31, 2018 12:00 AM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly, Vote for Teresa Gerringer ... and also get involved!Lauren Herpich

Vote for Teresa Gerringer and Karen Maggio ... and also get involved!

As the mother of a 3 year old, a small business owner and someone who strives to be an active member of our community, I realize how much work it is to sometimes get out the door, never mind get big things done. It’s difficult and time consuming to navigate the system, learn all of the players and create the time to not only get involved, but also be a leader.
There is value in years of experience in volunteering on school boards, a local commissions or citizens task forces. For that reason, among others, I am supporting and voting for Teresa Gerringer and Karen Maggio in this election.
These two women are great examples of what it takes to be invested in our community. Vote for Teresa and Karen.
Most of all, I encourage all of us to learn by their dedication to our city and get involved in whichever way you can. Yes, use social media to be engaged, and also vote and identify a civic passion to give your time. That is how we can all Love Lafayette a bit better this Nov. 6.
Thanks!
Lauren McCabe Herpich
Lafayette


Wednesday, October 31, 2018 12:00 AM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly "Gerringer for Lafayette City Council" Dick and Robin Holt

Gerringer for Lafayette City Council

We are writing this letter in support of Teresa Gerringer for the Lafayette City Council.
We have worked closely with Teresa for years, including when she was Co-Chairman of the Fundraising Campaign for the magnificent Lafayette Library and Learning Center and also when she was a liaison from the Community Foundation in building the Rotary stage at the Lafayette Reservoir. From personal experience we know Teresa is trustworthy, hard-working, and smart. She knows how Lafayette works and how to make it better.
On the City Council, she would work collaboratively and provide outstanding leadership for our town as it confronts issues of growth, housing, and traffic.
Please join us in voting for Teresa Gerringer for City Council on Nov. 6.
Dick and Robin Holt
Lafayette Co-Citizens of the Year, 2017


Wednesday, October 31, 2018 12:00 AM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly "Former mayors for positive change"

Former mayors for positive change

We are nine former mayors of Lafayette, and we are dismayed by the negative campaign rhetoric used by two of the five Lafayette City Council candidates. In contrast, Teresa Gerringer, Karen Maggio and Dave Smith are conducting positive campaigns.
Negative campaigns are infrequent in Lafayette’s 50-year history. In the past we have had civil discourse and issue discussions during campaigns. When disagreements arose, they were issue-oriented and without personal attacks.
We are upset by the exaggerations, misstatements, and half-truths at candidates’ night and in campaign material and campaign ads. Most especially, we are dismayed by the rhetoric against our volunteer commissioners and our City Manager, Steve Falk, who is one of the most respected city managers in California. Lafayette is run on a balanced budget, with
ample reserves and no pension debt. Few cities can boast these facts. After 28 years of exemplary service, no one, especially Steve, should be treated with such disrespect.
The attacks on the Planning Commissioners and the City Manager are an attack on us, and the voters who elected us. We, as Mayors and council members, made the policies carried out by the City Manager and commissioners. We are proud of our decisions and are honored by the service that so many have given. Lafayette’s meetings adhere to the state “sunshine" laws for open meetings, and we discipline those who have run afoul of these laws.
The city works with all our citizens to get their input.
We need council members who can forge agreements with each other and with neighboring jurisdictions. Traffic is a regional issue and we must elect council members who are collaborative in nature, not confrontational, to work cooperatively with the nearby cities whose drivers impact our roads.
We support Teresa Gerringer, whose 19 years of service on the school board, and Karen Maggio, whose years of service on the planning commission, are positive, proactive hard-working volunteers. Also, they both helped to build our new library. Their years of dedication to Lafayette distinguish them.
Lafayette needs them on the City Council.
Sincerely,
Don Tatzin, Mayor 1986-87, 1991-92, 1996-97, 2001-02, 2008-09, 2013-14, 2017-18
Mike Anderson, Mayor 2007-08, 2012-13, 2016-17
Brandt Andersson, Mayor 2009-10, 2014-15
Carol Federighi, Mayor 2002-03, 2006-07, 2011-12
Carl Anduri, Mayor 2004-05, 2010-11
Erling Horn, Mayor 1998-99, 2003-04
Anne Grodin, Mayor 1993-94. 1997-98
Judy Garvens, Mayor 1995-96
Bob Fisher, Mayor 1970-71, 1974-75


Wednesday, October 31, 2018 12:00 AM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly "Seeking collaboration" Larry Zulch

Seeking collaboration

I’m voting for Teresa Gerringer and Dave Smith for Lafayette City Council for a simple reason: I’m tired of antagonistic politics and am looking for people who combine a genuine desire to serve with an attitude of collaboration. My email inbox has been filling with outrage, and I don’t want that to be a louder voice than those of us who believe there is a better approach.
I worked closely with Teresa on the renewal campaign for a school bond measure. She was smart, dedicated and constructive, a pleasure to interact with. I came to trust her judgment and values.
Dave Smith I don’t know as well, but in our interactions, he comes across with exactly the attitude I’d hope for. We need balanced, open-minded people overseeing decisions made for Lafayette.
Using Lafayette Measure L as some kind of litmus test is giving power to arguments not based in reality. Traffic is a problem, but the main issue is that when the travel time on 680/24 gets bad enough, mapping software routes people through Lafayette. It’s that simple. A few more cars originating from within Lafayette may influence when the tipping point is reached, but the outcome (the equilibrium state) is identical. Nor is air pollution the problem. Change is. Some want it, others don’t. And, wanting it or not, some change is inevitable.
My goal is a different and better future than we’ll get by just saying no to everything.
Larry Zulch
Lafayette


Wednesday, October 31, 2018 12:00 AM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly "A vote for Gerringer..." Nancy Hu

A vote for Gerringer and Maggio

I am supporting Teresa Gerringer for Lafayette City Council. Before Election Season started, I didn’t know much or had heard of most of the candidates, but after attending the Homeowner’s Council’s Candidates Forum, I was very impressed with Teresa’s experience, knowledge, and her attitude to work together to solve the problems that Lafayette faces.
With the lawsuits hitting Lafayette regarding housing and development, and with traffic such a hot topic issue, we need elected members who can collaborate and can work with others locally and regionally to find solutions. Change in Lafayette is coming, even Susan Candell had mentioned, and we can either embrace it on our terms, or we refuse and are forced or sued into solutions that we don’t like.
I love Teresa’s experience with 19 years on the Lafayette School Board, and having been a community leader fundraising for our amazing library. I find it important that she is advocating for the students and parents, which help make our community so special. She is incredibly resourceful and hard-working and gets things done!
Our second pick is Karen Maggio. She has been on the Lafayette Planning Commission for 10 years so she is very familiar with how the city operates, and she helped to draft the city’s General Plan which led to our wonderful downtown and our state-of-the-art library. Karen also is a former Sustainable Lafayette board member and is a leader in managing sustainable communities at Mills College and the SF Presidio. With the recent international report release on fighting the climate crisis, we need an experienced leader like Karen to help our city advance its green goals while building a safe and healthy community for all!
Nancy Hu
Lafayette


Wednesday, October 31, 2018 12:00 AM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly "Teresa Gerringer for Lafayette City Council" Art Kapoor

Teresa Gerringer for Lafayette City Council

Please join me in supporting and voting for Teresa Gerringer for Lafayette City Council. Teresa has been an active member of the Lafayette community since moving here in 1996 and has served on the Lafayette School Board for the past 19 years. I had the privilege of serving with her on the school board from 2008-2014. She is a thoughtful, caring, engaged board member committed to hearing all sides of an issue, evaluating proposed solutions carefully and thoughtfully, and implementing policies and actions in a pragmatic, move forward manner. Teresa evaluated budget issues carefully and worked hard to limit class size and protect valuable programs for our students despite the severe underfunding of suburban school districts by the state. She values communication with the community and has worked hard to keep all of Lafayette up-to-date with the issues, concerns and successes of the Lafayette School District. I know she will bring the same spirit to the Lafayette City Council.
Art Kapoor
Lafayette


Wednesday, October 31, 2018 12:00 AM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly "Bring civility back with Gerringer" Kathy Merchant

Bring civility back with Gerringer

Like all communities, Lafayette has had its share of growing pains. With visionary leadership, City Council, city staff and a collaborative citizenry have brought us amenities like the Library and Learning Center, Lafayette Park Hotel, and Veterans Memorial. But change always brings angst. Over the decades, Lafayette’s engaged citizens have a long tradition of vigorous but always respectful debate about the town’s future. In the past year, this collegial spirit of tolerance of diverse perspectives has been drowned out less by policy debates than personal attacks on city staff, neighbors with whom we disagree, and most shockingly by two city council candidates disparaging their fellow candidates at Candidates Night and in campaign literature. In response, for the first time that I can recall, nine past mayors have signed a joint letter to Lafayette citizens expressing their concern over this degraded dialogue and have endorsed Teresa Gerringer and Karen Maggio for City Council.
I, too, believe Teresa Gerringer is the stand-out candidate for City Council. At this moment of transition, Lafayette needs tested, collaborative, visionary and above-all positive leadership to navigate the next decade. It’s a privilege to endorse her candidacy. Teresa’s contributions to Lafayette span over 20 years, with highlights including co-chairing the Library Community Campaign and serving on the founding board, 19 years on the Lafayette School Board, founding member of the Community Foundation, Chamber of Commerce Advisor, and VP Contra Costa School Boards Association. As School Board President, she successfully guided challenging financial negotiations with the state, brought resolution to often passionate debates over complex issues, and always led with humor and grace in sometimes tense situations. She has received numerous state and local recognition awards for distinguished service. Importantly, she has always astutely avoided any conflicts of interest.
It’s time to take stock not only of how to manage the town’s growth, but how to bring civility back to community conversations. Teresa represents the leadership qualities to do both. Think positive, vote Teresa!
Kathy Merchant
Lafayette/Orinda


Wednesday, October 31, 2018 12:00 AM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly "Gerringer for Council" Kelly Daggs

Gerringer for Council

I am writing today to express my enthusiastic endorsement of Teresa Gerringer for Lafayette City Council. Teresa has served our community for over 20 years. She has proven her leadership through collaboration and hard work on the Lafayette School Board, the Lafayette Community Foundation Board, and as co-chair of the Lafayette Library Community Campaign.
I have been fortunate to work with Teresa for the past several years in my capacity as Stanley Middle School PTA President and RAPPORT (Lafayette School District’s parent clubs’ committee) Chair. What has impressed me time and again is Teresa’s unwavering dedication to her current constituents, the students and children of Lafayette. I have no doubt that she will continue to display that dedication to the citizens of Lafayette if elected to the City Council.
Sincerely,
Kelly Daggs
Lafayette


Tuesday, October 30, 2018 8:15 AM

Letter: Bay Area News Group - "My inbox is filling with outrage — there’s a better approach for Lafayette Larry Zulch


"My inbox is filling with outrage — there’s a better approach for Lafayette
Teresa Gerringer and Dave Smith seek constructive solutions."

By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR | Bay Area News Group
PUBLISHED: October 30, 2018 at 8:06 am | UPDATED: October 30, 2018 at 8:15 am
Smith, Gerringer seekconstructive solutions

I’m voting for Teresa Gerringer and Dave Smith for Lafayette City Council for a simple reason: My email inbox has been filling with outrage, and I believe there is a better approach.
I worked closely with Teresa on the renewal campaign for a school bond measure. She was smart, dedicated and constructive, a pleasure to interact with. Dave has a balanced, open-minded approach that is inclusive, not inciting.

Many justify their positions (on growth, “corruption,” etc.) using arguments that aren’t based in reality. Traffic is a problem, but the main issue is that when the travel time on 680/24 gets bad enough, mapping software routes people through Lafayette. It’s that simple.

Change is the real issue. Some want it, others don’t. And, wanting it or not, some change is inevitable. My goal is a different — a better — future than we’ll get by just saying no to everything.  Larry Zulch Lafayette



Wednesday, October 24, 2018 1:15 PM

Neighbor to Neighbor: Eblast from Larry Zulch to Friends

Wednesday, October 24

Greetings Lafayette neighbor,


I wanted to tell you why I’m voting for Teresa Gerringer and Dave Smith for Lafayette City Council. It's simple: I’m tired of antagonistic politics and am looking for people who combine a genuine desire to serve with an attitude of collaboration. My inbox has been filling with outrage, and I don’t want that to be a louder voice than those of us who believe there is a better approach.


I worked closely with Teresa on the renewal campaign for a school bond measure. She was smart, dedicated, and constructive, a pleasure to interact with. I came to trust her judgment and values.


Dave Smith I don’t know as well, but in our interactions, he comes across with exactly the attitude I’d hope for. We need balanced, open-minded people overseeing decisions made for Lafayette.


Using Measure L as some kind of litmus test is giving power to arguments not based in reality. Traffic is a problem, but the main issue is that when the travel time on 680/24 gets bad enough, mapping software routes people through Lafayette. It's that simple. A few more cars originating from within Lafayette may influence when the tipping point is reached, but the outcome (the equilibrium state) is identical. Nor is air pollution the problem. Change is. Some want it, others don’t. And, wanting it or not, some change is inevitable. My goal is a different and better future than we’ll get by just saying no to everything.


Thanks for listening.


Sincerely,


Larry Zulch


Wednesday, October 17, 2018 10:16 PM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly "Who will serve best on the Lafayette City Council" Carol Singer

Who will serve best on the Lafayette City Council

At Lafayette’s Candidates Night, two candidates, Ivor Samson and Susan Candell, made personal attacks on their fellow candidates. We deserve better than that.
Samson tried to embarrass newcomer Dave Smith for stating his opposition to the 315-apartment project for Deer Hill. He said Smith would need to recuse himself and thus his constituents would have no voice on the project. Samson neglected to point out that Candell, in numerous writings on Next Door, indicated her own objection to the very same project.
And, as the former lawyer for PG&E, Samson has already recused himself, and will continue to recuse himself, from our second most controversial issue - PG&E’s wide-ranging cutting of trees and strategic replacement of neglected gas pipelines. By his own standards, Samson’s and Candell’s constituents would also have no voice on our two most critical issues.
We need positive, collaborative leadership. Teresa Gerringer and Karen Maggio offer just that. As women and community leaders, each has a proven history of bringing together disparate, sometimes passionate viewpoints and building coalitions to address challenging issues before our city. We need team builders who believe in a bright future for Lafayette, envisioned not by tribal instincts but by a common vision. For a stronger, cohesive Lafayette, Teresa Gerringer and Karen Maggio deserve our community’s support at the ballot box. Please take action and give them your vote!
Carol Singer
Lafayette


Wednesday, October 17, 2018 10:10 PM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly "Teresa Gerringer for Lafayette City Council" Ann Appert

Teresa Gerringer for Lafayette City Council

I am writing to heartily endorse Teresa Gerringer’s candidacy for the Lafayette City Council. She will bring fiscal discipline, thoughtfulness, dedication and a wonderful ability to listen to, really hear, and bring consensus among diverse stakeholders. I saw this in action for 8 years when we served together on the Lafayette School District Governing board - nobody was as strong a representative as she was. From the day Teresa move here 22 years ago when she saw a need she jumped in offering her time and talents to help improve Lafayette; her involvement goes far beyond the school community. She made substantial contributions to LMYA swimming, Lafayette Methodist Church, the Lafayette Library and Learning Center, Lafayette Community Foundation, Springbrook Swim Club and Las Trampas Inc Center for Disability Services.
Teresa’s knowledge of our community is deep and her commitment is unparalleled. I would encourage my fellow citizens to vote Teresa Gerringer for City Council.
Ann Appert
Lafayette


Wednesday, October 17, 2018 12:00 AM

Letter: "Support for Gerringer" Mary McCosker

Support for Gerringer

I am writing in support of the candidacy of Teresa Gerringer for Lafayette City Council.
I have known Teresa for over 25 years and have served with her on the Lafayette School Board where I found her to be an advocate for education and a collaborative colleague. Through her work on the Lafayette Community Foundation Board for the past 17 years and the Lafayette School Board for the last 19 years, she has shown an unselfish ability to work for the common good. She will serve as an excellent liaison between our City and our schools.
Teresa played an integral role in the conception and construction of the Lafayette Library and Learning Center, raising money to build it, and serving on the first Foundation Board to govern it. Lafayette citizens are fortunate that Teresa is once again willing to give of her time to make our community a better place for all of us.
Please join me in voting for Teresa on Nov. 6.
Mary McCosker
Lafayette


Friday, October 12, 2018 7:40 AM

Letter: The Mercury News "This Candidate Knows Issues Neighborhoods Face. Teresa Gerringer is the best candidate for Lafayette City Council."

By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR | PUBLISHED: October 12, 2018 at 7:06 am | UPDATED: October 12, 2018 at 7:40 am

This candidate knows issues neighborhoods face.

Teresa Gerringer is the best candidate for Lafayette City Council.

She has been a 19-year-member of the Lafayette School Board, active in her church, a 17-year member of the Lafayette Community Foundation and co-chair of the fundraising drive to build the Lafayette Library and Learning Center. Her four top goals are 1) strengthening the city-schools partnership, 2) managing growth by adhering to the General Plan, 3) promoting safety in the face of growing traffic concerns, particularly as it relates to schools, and 4) ensuring that we balance economic vitality with our community’s special character. Her style is to engage the community, listen to concerns, work collaboratively and keep our city’s government and finances transparent. Teresa Gerringer is a proven leader who knows every neighborhood and the many issues facing our city.

Anne Grodin
Lafayette


Tuesday, October 9, 2018 12:00 AM

Five running for two Lafayette Council seats


Wednesday, October 3, 2018 10:07 PM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly Beth Ferree

As a retired psychologist and 33-year resident of Lafayette, I am grateful to the people who have volunteered their time and energy serving on our city councils and commissions over the years. I attended the Lafayette Homeowners Association town meeting on Thursday, September 20, eager to hear from the 5 candidates running for 2 open positions for Lafayette City Council. I expected that differences of opinion would be shared with respect and a belief that all candidates want what is best for Lafayette, no matter how they disagree on specific issues. Unfortunately, that is not how the evening unfolded.
After Thursday’s forum, I recognize that Lafayette needs to choose between two distinct approaches to problem solving. On one hand, we have three candidates (Maggio, Gerringer and Smith) who advocate for collaboration and increased participation by community members. They challenge our community to embrace the hurdles we face over the next decade with cooperation and inclusivity, making our concerns known by attending city council, town commission and school board meetings. I felt assured that they will listen and work with us. On the other hand, we have two candidates (Sampson and Candell) who do not appear to put much value in collaboration and respect. Over and above the content that they proposed, I was disturbed by their disdainful tone. They were confrontational and dismissive of other points of view.
We need City Councilors who listen to experts and citizens alike as opposed to Councilors who consider themselves as the only experts whose opinions matter. As psychologist John Gottman’s research demonstrates, disdain is the biggest block to a healthy relationship. Let’s elect leaders who will lead by collaboration not litigation, and let’s all put in the time and energy it takes to help them do their jobs.
Beth Ferree, Ph.D.
Lafayette


Wednesday, October 3, 2018 12:00 AM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly Don Tatzin, Former Mayor

Thank you, Lafayette residents, for electing me to the City Council since 1985. After 33 years, I am looking forward to retirement. Lafayette remains a community to which people want to move and then want to stay. That success occurs partially because residents elect responsible city council and school board members.
After meeting five candidates for two City Council seats, I support Karen Maggio and Teresa Gerringer. Both accomplished women bring the skills, personality and work ethic Lafayette needs.
Their experience and integrity are required to lead Lafayette in changing times. Karen served for 10 years on Lafayette’s Planning Commission and her career focuses on planning. Teresa is finishing 19 years on the Lafayette School Board and brings unparalleled access to the state legislature. The integrity of both women is above reproach.
Karen and Teresa have a track record of improving Lafayette. As examples, Teresa was instrumental to the development of the library. Karen worked hard to create our general plan and ridgeline preservation ordinance and helped define what our library would contain. Both raised families and volunteered in other areas.
Teresa and Karen make alliances that enable progress. Like it or not, regional and state forces are pressing Lafayette to change and an ability to engage and form alliances can advance Lafayette’s interests better than does rigidity.
Both are fiscally responsible. Karen has managed multi-million-dollar budgets successfully at Mills College and the San Francisco Presidio. Teresa has done an outstanding job managing the fiscal challenges facing the Lafayette School District given the restrictions imposed by state funding. The School District is outstanding. Most new residents move here because of our schools. That improves everyone’s real estate values.
Neither has conflicts of interest. Lafayette faces important issues including the application for the Terraces at Deer Hill and pipeline safety discussions with PG&E. You deserve to be served by council members who can participate in these important decisions. Unlike others, Teresa and Karen do not need to recuse themselves.
Please join me in voting for Karen Maggio and Teresa Gerringer for Lafayette City Council.
Don Tatzin
Lafayette


Wednesday, October 3, 2018 12:00 AM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly Carl Anduri, Former Mayor

I write in support of Teresa Gerringer and Karen Maggio for the Lafayette City Council.
We have an opportunity this year to add two exceptional new members to the Lafayette City Council. Teresa and Karen have been working for years to make our city a better place to live. We are fortunate that they are willing to bring their experience, talent, intelligence, enthusiasm, vision and integrity to the Council.
Because of all that they have already done for us, they are the candidates that know best our city and each of its neighborhoods. They will be effective from day one.
Teresa Gerringer has served with excellence on the Lafayette School Board for 19 years (four times as President) and on the Lafayette Community Foundation Board for 17 years, and she co-chaired the Lafayette Library Community Campaign. It is exciting to consider what she can do on the Council to advance the city-schools partnership.
Karen Maggio has served with distinction on the Lafayette Planning Commission for 10 years (twice as Chair) and in numerous volunteer roles. Karen has been a strong leader in Lafayette’s efforts to protect our hillsides and our environment. She helped create the Hillside Ordinance, and she has been a driving force in Sustainable Lafayette and the Lafayette Environmental Task Force. Among my top priorities as a councilmember and mayor were hillside protection and the environment. With Karen on the Council, I would feel confident about our future.
Teresa and Karen are the candidates who have a vision for our city. They know what must be protected and preserved, and they know when we must be progressive.
Teresa and Karen have supported transparency in each of their past positions and have served with complete integrity. If they say something, you can count on it, and you know they have the facts right.
Teresa and Karen know what it takes to make Lafayette a better place because they have been doing it for years. Please join me in voting for Teresa and Karen.
Carl Anduri
Lafayette
Former Mayor of Lafayette (2002-2003; 2010-2011; councilmember 2002-2012)


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 12:00 AM

Letter: Lamorinda Weekly Anne Grodin, Former Mayor

Support for Gerringer

Teresa Gerringer is the best candidate for Lafayette City Council. I say this as a past Mayor and member of the City Council. Teresa has been a 19-year member of the Lafayette School board, active in her church, a 17-year member of the Lafayette Community Foundation, and on the committee to raise funds to build the Lafayette Library and Learning Center, as well as a past member of that board.
Teresa is an experienced, proven leader who knows every neighborhood and the many issues facing our city. She will further her work strengthening the city-schools partnership. Teresa will work to manage growth in Lafayette by adhering to the General Plan, to safeguard schools, traffic and safety impacts, while ensuring that we balance economic vitality and our community's special character. She will engage the community and listen to concerns and work collaboratively to find solutions, as she has in the past. And, Teresa will keep our city's government and finances transparent and accountable.
Teresa has already proven that she can roll up her sleeves and do the work to make our city the best it can be.
Anne Grodin
Former Mayor Lafayette


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 12:00 AM

Lafayette City Council Candidates Answer Questions


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