Dana Point 2018 City Council Candidates

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Dana Point City Council Election is November 6 2018.
There are (8) Candidates running in (3) Dana Point City Council Districts.
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Dana Point City Council Candidate Statements Are Online at The City of Dana Point Online Site

Dana Point City Council Candidates
Please link to their official website by clicking thru the Candidate’s Name.

Dana Point District 1

Amy Foell
Occupation: Workforce Development Director at a Chamber of Commerce in Southern California
Contact: amy@amyfoell.com
Top (3) Focal Points:
Working to ensure our community is safe and services secure.
Working for a clean, sustainable environment.
Working to strengthen Dana Point’s economic foundation to ensure our quality of life.

Joseph “Joe” Jaegar
Occupation: Retired Financial Executive
Contact at info@jaegerformonarchbeach.com
Top (3) Focal Points:
Address the proliferation of residential recovery facilities (“sober living homes”) in Monarch Beach by supporting a city ordinance that preserves the residential characteristics of our neighborhoods;
Promote community-based policing to combat illegal drug use and crime;
Support collaborative programs and initiatives to address our homeless challenges;

Joe Muller
Occupation: Dana Point Mayor Pro Tem
Contact: mullerforDP@gmail.com
Top (3) Focal Points:
Excited about the Town Center project. Looking forward to working with the individual developers and their projects to ensure they adhere not only to the letter of the plan but also the spirit.
Focus on the connections between the Town Center and the Harbor.
Doheny Village Plan. The proper approach is to develop a master plan much the same as the City did with Town Center. The process should be transparent and include: resident, council and planning commission input.

Dana Point District 2

Mark McGinn
Occupation: Engineering Sales Manager
Contact: markmcginn@gmail.com
Top (3) Focal Points:
Public Safety: Advocating for closer community ties to law enforcement through supporting active neighborhood watch groups, encouraging neighborhood block captains and advocating for community policing and enhanced police presence in higher crime areas.
Unlicensed Sober Living Homes: Supporting business licenses for all residential rehabilitation facilities so that all are known to authorities and subject to appropriate oversight.
Government Transparency: Pledging to represent the people of District 2, and also every resident of Dana Point, encouraging open, transparent communication and exchange of information.

J.Scott Schoeffel
Occupation: Attorney
Contact: schoeffel4dp@gmail.com
Top (3) Focal Points:
Seasonal City Council to realize our City’s potential while honoring it’s prized legacy.
Supported Dana Point Residents quality of Life thru Music, Arts and Culture in Dana Point.
Protecting Dana Point’s essence while helping it evolve into one of the nation’s most desirable coastal settings.

Richard A. Viczorek
Occupation: Dana Point Mayor/Marine/Attorney
Contact: voteviczorek@gmail.com
Top (3) Focal Points:
Building on the success of the last (4) years of providing safety and security for residents.
Maintaining a balanced budget without tax increases
Creating economic development.

Dana Point District 3

Jamey Federico
Occupation: Businessman/Retired Marine
Contact: Jamey@Federico4DanaPoint.com
Top (3) Focal Points:
Public Safety: Supporting neighborhood watch programs and police service improvements
Fiscal Responsibility:Working toward balanced budgets and value based investments
Quality of Life: Improving community activities and decreasing vagrancy

Charles Payne
Occupation: Police Lieutenant/Businessman/Attorney
Contact: Charles@JoinCharlesPayne.com
Top (3) Focal Points:
Bring Integrity and Trust back to City Hall
Create a comprehensive plan to tackle homelessness and rising crime
Address the spread of unlicensed group homes throughout our city

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