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Porsche Middleton: candidate statement for 2018 Citrus Heights City Council race

Editor’s note: As a service to the public, The Sentinel is publishing word-for-word candidate statements for each of the five residents who qualified to run for Citrus Heights City Council this year. Statements were submitted by each candidate upon filing to run and will be published in the Sacramento County Voter Information Guide, which is direct-mailed to every voter. 

Porsche Middleton. Occupation listed: Planning Commissioner City of Citrus Heights and Engineer.

Porsche Middleton

As your Planning Commissioner, business owner with a background in engineering, and wife, raising a young family in Citrus Heights; I understand what we need to improve our community. I am running for City Council because, I am vitally concerned about the wellbeing of all our residents including our children’s education, working families and our growing elder population’s lives.

I have the skillset necessary to help our city thrive. I have built working relationships with Chambers of Commerce, local businesses, law enforcement, faith and workforce organizations. Citrus Heights will thrive if we mount economic projects and developments, improve our public safety, and enhance the overall quality of life for all residents.

As your Councilwoman, I will be physically present in our many neighborhoods and maintain an open-door policy to facilitate community involvement. Implement strategies and services needed for our community to thrive and be a family friendly city.

I will be accessible to aid in problem solving with a hands on approach. We live in demanding times requiring new caring leadership who will act and get results by working with and for YOU.

The choice is clear, vote for me this November and let’s make our city better together.

According to the Elections Code, a 10-calendar day public review period of candidate statements extends through Aug. 20, during which period “any person may seek a Writ of Mandate or injunction requiring any or all of the material in the candidate statement to be amended or deleted.”

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