Thank you!! we have a seat on the Clearlake City Council now it’s time to get to work. It was a very good experience and everyone who ran deserves congratulations for sharing their vision and for getting involved.
Russell Perdock Campaign Updates:
Don Anderson, Lake County District Attorney is endorsing me, Russell Perdock for Clearlake City Council 2014!! Don shared his decision with me last Saturday evening at the Clearlake Senior Center Meals on Wheels fundraiser that we both attended. Then the following day, after seeing a post on Facebook, Gerhard “Gary” Luck, Lake County DA, retired also offered his endorsement. Needless to say, I was very happy to accept both endorsements from our top law enforcement office.
We Support Russell Perdock for Clearlake City Council:
Don Anderson, Lake County District Attorney
Rozann “Rozie” Cheek
Peter & Denise Loustalot
Willie & Rachelle Sapeta
Carl & Carol Webb
Bob & Anita Gordon
Mark & Janice Cooper
Mark & Kim Illia
Ray & Mary Silva
Bob & Judy Thein
James & Jen Totten
Carolynn & Darrell Jarrett
Ron & Helen Layne
Chuck & Vicky Leonard
Mike & Chris Thomas
Tim & Jamie Gill
Mark & Inez Bredt
Mike & June Salter
Marvin & Joyce Cooper
Russell & Joan Cremer
Harold & Kathleen Hall
Steve & Cathy Wilson
Rob & Lisa Stansfield
Mary Ann Heywood
Stan & Cathy Ivans
Ken & Patti Kosich
Jim & Gail Jonas
Robert Zerung, Sr
Mark & Renee Cooper
Charles & Patti Diener
David & Linda Miner
Jim & Teri Walker
Mike & Dori Walker
Cindy Millan Crandell
Fred & Ruth Gaul
Rev. Dr. Steve Nesheim
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.
Developing the airport property
- Brings new jobs for construction & service jobs
- Increase property values
Clean-Up our Neighborhoods
- Code Enforcement brings jobs and helps our family’s live better
- Increase property values
Invest more $$ in our parks
- Bring tourism back which brings jobs
Get community members to work together in rebuilding & keeping our city clean
- Bring Value & Pride Back
Do you want a better future for your city?
Are you a property owner, concerned with the blight within our city?
Do you want to see new shopping opportunities & jobs for our friends, neighbors & children?
Do you want to enjoy our parks and feel safe while you’re there?
Are you concerned about the decay of our neighborhoods and the safety of those living there?
If you answered YES to any of the above….
Then You Must VOTE for RUSS!
Originally posted on Lake County News
FRIDAY, 15 AUGUST 2014 00:50 ELIZABETH LARSON
LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The filing periods have closed for the city council races for Clearlake and Lakeport, with the makeup of the fall election fields now set.
The councils have two seats each up for election in the fall municipal elections.
The filing periods were extended from last Friday to the end of business on Wednesday due to the nonfiling of two candidates: Jeri Spittler in Clearlake, who is in a runoff with incumbent Jeff Smith for the District 2 seat on the Board of Supervisors, and Lakeport Councilman Tom Engstrom, who announced that he was not seeking a second term.
In Clearlake, a large field of seven has formed for the seats currently held by Spittler and Councilman Joey Luiz.
Luiz has signed up to run for a second term, according to City Clerk Melissa Swanson.
Also running for a council seat in Clearlake are Quincy Jackson, Russell Perdock, Michael Pesonen, Bruno Sabatier, Michael Walton and Andre Williams, Swanson reported.
In Lakeport, a smaller field has formed to fill the two seats up for election in November.
Lakeport City Clerk Janel Chapman told Lake County News that Robert Balentine, incumbent Stacey Mattina and Mireya Gehring Turner have all qualified to appear on the ballot.
The election is Nov. 4.
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Hi my name is Russell Perdock and I am running for Clearlake City Council.