With your vote; I will work tirelessly with the other council members and city staff to support measures that will clean up our blighted properties. Code Enforcement is absolutely necessary to rebuild our city. The former airport property needs to be developed, thereby creating new jobs and much needed revenue for the city. There are other properties needing the attention of your city council members to begin the ball of our economic recovery rolling.
We have seen success when we work together, which is something Russ learned from his parents. His father, Ed Perdock served in many capacities during his life, but most notable was his service as a volunteer firefighter and Fire Chief of the Clearlake Oaks VFD. Russ’ commitment to serve was solidified by the efforts of his mother, Rozann “Rozie” Cheek. Rozie worked tirelessly in many, many capacities, including the Children’s Museum of Art & Science, Committee to Restore Clearlake, LCFPD Board Member for 16 years and she was recognized by the Lakeshore Lions as their Volunteer of the Year. Russ realized when she passed that more was needed for Clearlake and he had to pick up where she left off.