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Debra Hernandez for City Council 2014

Debra Hernandez - Vice Chairperson, Chino Hills Public Works Commission

Chino Hills resident since 1995

Like so many other residents, Gabriel & I are grateful for the opportunity to live in such a safe, culturally diverse, and family oriented community. Entrusted with your vote, I will bring an independent voice and commonsense leadership approach to OUR city government.

As a Public Works Commissioner for the last 7 years, I’ve worked hard to ensure Chino Hills is a community where families aspire to live.
I will:
• Keep our city one of the top 40 places to live in the United States
• Ensure our young people are afforded the best possible education by maintaining a productive relationship between the City and the CVUSD
• Improve the infrastructure in all neighborhoods
• Ensure proper management of our open space
• Fair treatment for all parties in any interactions with the City
• Protect our rural equestrian traditions
• Forge mutually beneficial partnerships with existing businesses who are so crucial to the long term health and viability of city; and expand the tax base by attracting appropriate new businesses
• Ensure all businesses in Chino Hills are licensed, legal entities located in appropriately zoned areas
• Support the dedicated men and women of our Police, Fire, City Services and Military & their families.
• Enact Term Limits

To change things for the better we must first expand our expectations of what is possible. Whether a home owner, business owner, or renting property in Chino Hills,
I will be YOUR advocate. Vote for YOUR voice. . .

Vote Debra Hernandez…Working for a Better Chino Hills!

Endorsed by the Chino Hills Champion, October 25, 2014

Testimonials

Chino Hills Champion

Chino Hills Champion:
October 25, 2014

“We believe it would be healthy for the city [Chino Hills] to include a new person on the council.””We believe this would best be served by adding Ms. Hernandez to the council. No stranger to Chino Hills, she’s lived in the city for 19 years and currently serves on the city’s public works commission.” “While there are other well-intentioned candidates running for city council in this election, we believe Ray Marquez, Peter Rogers and Debi Hernandez will provide the best mix with the other council members, Cynthia Moran and Art Bennett.”