• Petitioned Oceanside City Council

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Oceanside City Council

Protect the will of Voters and the Mayor's appointment rights!

    1. Max Disposti
    2. Petition by

      Max Disposti

      oceanside, CA

In this year's election, the honorable Jim Wood was re-affirmed as the Mayor of Oceanside. The residents of Oceanside have spoken. However, his Council opponents Kern, Feller and Felien, unhappy with the electoral results, are now trying to deprive our bipartisan Mayor of his appointment powers. In spite of the lack of jobs and new development and budget priorities to meet, the Council decides to engage in a war against our elected Mayor. Even if you did not vote for the Mayor, the City counselors should not use their majority vote to strip rights away. Sign this petition and let your voice be heard!

To:
Oceanside City Council
Protect the will of Voters and the Mayor's appointment rights!

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    1. Reached 500 signatures

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    Reasons for signing

    • Jim Hart OCEANSIDE, CA
      • about 1 year ago

      The three stooges need to go!

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    • Andrew Gigliotti OCEANSIDE, CA
      • over 1 year ago

      This is just sour grapes. Council members: Kern, Feller, and Felien and retaliating against the mayor for running a better campaign!

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    • Wallace Carlson OCEANSIDE, CA
      • over 1 year ago

      We showed in the election who we wanted to run the Council and it was now Kern, Felien and Feller. They are the cause of the problems on the City Council.

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    • Maria Vincent OCEANSIDE, CA
      • over 1 year ago

      I am against the power crab

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    • melvin Hanks OCEANSIDE, CA
      • over 1 year ago

      Mayor Wood is an Oceanside local and the best Mayor in Oceanside since 1970 and as a local he knows what is best for our community.

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