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New Martinez Rotary inductees …

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City Councilmember Lara DeLaney (second from left), and Martinez Unified School District Superintendent CJ Cammack (fourth from left), are the newest members of Martinez Rotary. DeLaney was educated at UC Santa Cruz and received an advanced degree in policy from the University of Chicago. She loves tennis and skiing. Cammack ...

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Local politicians taking heat

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‘Mudslinging’ amps up as General Election nears By E. CLARK Martinez Tribune MARTINEZ, Calif. – Several local candidates for public office, as well as politicians not on the ballot this year, are taking heat for their alleged involvement in “hit pieces” coming through the mail, on social media and other ...

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Follow the money?

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Martinez City Council candidates turn in financial statements MARTINEZ, Calif. – Financial statements listing campaign contributions and expenditures for Martinez City Council candidates were turned in late last month and recently made available to the public. The statements show hairdresser and local businesswoman Noralea Gipner far in the lead for ...

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City Council brings sales tax measure to voters

Mayor Rob Schroder (center) sported green hair at the March 9, 2016, meeting of the Martinez City Council. While he joked it was in support of open space, the coif is actually in support of an upcoming St. Baldrick's Day fundraiser, where the mayor will have his hair shaved off to raise funds for children's cancer research.  (ERIN CLARK / Martinez Tribune)

By DAVID SCHOLZ Martinez Tribune MARTINEZ, Calif. – With the Martinez City Council’s 4-0 formal blessing last week to move forward with placing a .50 percent sales tax for roadwork and street maintenance before the voters on the November 8 General Election ballot, the next step is to approve an ...

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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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