At last Tuesday's City Council meeting, our new Fire Marshal, Robert Marshall, gave the council a presentation on the WIldfire Mitigation Program, which started in April 2018.
While many, many ballots are remain to be counted, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Belmont community for allowing me to continue to work for you for the next four years.
This weekend was one of the last games for AYSO's soccer season 2018! Julia was able to root for the team our campaign sponsored, the Dark Blue Cheetahs, last Saturday.
Elections are just around the corner. Now, more than ever, I need your support. Would you be willing to reach out to 5 friends and make sure that they are voting on November 6th? Every vote matters. Your vote matters. Your
Thank you to the Peninsula Young Democrats and all the other volunteers who came out yesterday to greet neighbors and tell them about Julia and her priorities for our city.
The time has come! Ballots are finally in our mailboxes.
This weekend’s events showed what a great community we are here in Belmont! Saturday Julia handed out medals as runners, kids, and dogs crossed the finish line at Belmont’s first Water Dog Run.
Friends and Neighbors, if I can just have a moment of your time? I've worked really hard these past 5 months to listen to your priorities and earn your vote.