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Councilmember’s Public Hours…

June 26, 2021
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Now that Governor Newsom has opened up the state from COVID-19 restrictions, I want to get back to scheduling regular monthly hours, so El Cerritans can drop by or schedule time to meet with me.

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EVEN IN TOUGH FISCAL TIMES KEEP SUPPORTING OUR LIBRARY

June 7, 2021
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I voted against the motion to cut library hours at the June 1 Council meeting.  I was very upset by the vote, and would support re-establishing the cut library hours from the budget. The financial situation in El Cerrito has presented many difficult decisions for Council members and staff.  In order to get to financial […]

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The Adventure Ahead at EL Cerrito Plaza BART

May 17, 2021
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(from May 4 City Council Meeting) Well, we have an adventure ahead of us! It will be a BIG adventure – but I believe it will be a good long term positive for El Cerrito and our residents.  A defining time for our city. Make no mistake – there are a lot of hurdles and […]

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Long Delayed — A Budget Reality Check for El Cerrito

March 29, 2021
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A lot of good things are happening up and down San Pablo Avenue in El Cerrito and around our two BART stations.  The future would seem to look bright.  But Covid-19 aside, the last couple of years have been especially tough financially for El Cerrito and other East Bay cities. In 2019, Oakland, Richmond and […]

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Mayor Swearing in statement

December 30, 2020
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I am honored to have been reelected by El Cerrito residents and grateful for the confidence this Council has in selecting me as the next Mayor. I look forward to working the next four years to get El Cerrito back on track.

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Fadelli is Re-elected to City Council. His statement

November 8, 2020
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Thank you El Cerrito.

I am so grateful for your confidence, and look forward to working the next four years to get El Cerrito back on track.

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