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Mayor Schroder endorses Glover

I don’t usually get involved in campaigning for other candidates, but the race for District 5 Supervisor is so important to the future of Martinez that I am making an exception and strongly supporting Supervisor Federal Glover.  Federal is honest, hardworking, effective and trustworthy. He has overcome personal health challenges …

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Assemblymember Bonilla endorses Masella-O’Brien

This week, small business attorney and community activist Courtney Masella-O’Brien announced that Assemblymember Susan Bonilla (D-Concord) is endorsing her candidacy for Martinez City Council. Bonilla joins an impressive list of local leaders already supporting Masella-O’Brien, including Contra Costa County Supervisors Candace Anderson and Mary Piepho, County Assessor Gus Kramer, Martinez …

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Bill Schilz: ‘Clearing up Eli Dominguez’s comments’

Martinez Residents, I read with interest Eli Dominguez’s response to an article written by Mayor Schroder last month. In Eli’s letter, he says that the City and County refused to fund Doug’s efforts. As the Chairman and Treasurer of Pacheco/Martinez Homeless Outreach, Inc. (Contra Costa Homeless Outreach), I can tell …

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Williams: ‘We need & deserve answers’

Dear Editor, I’m wondering why there seems to be an absense of activism in Martinez, particularly when it comes to the environment. Why is it so many rally behind efforts to turn a golf course into “Open Space,” but at the same time, shake hands with the local refineries and …

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Trantham family endures tragedy, could use a hand

Dear Editor, My name is Ron Dalton and I live in Martinez, California. You may be familiar with Martinez as we unfortunately have been in the news several times in the past couple of years due to a number of tragedies that have hit our community. In March 2014, 13-year-old …

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Miller points out parade faux pas

Dear Editor, Your article on July 8, giving kudos to John Stevens for finding a creative way to be a part of the July 4th celebration and not break the rules, was informative in two ways. First, he was creative. Second, it was telling about his character. You made reference …

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