Op-Ed: Thank You, from Your Next Encinitas City Councilwoman

A few words of gratitude from Lisa Shaffer.

I am honored to have been elected by the people of Encinitas to serve on the City Council. I ran my campaign based on hard work, telling the truth, and playing by the rules. I look forward to serving on the City Council in the same way. We have tough decisions ahead, and I am committed to ensuring that all our voices are heard as we move forward with updating our general plan and addressing other challenges.

Congratulations to Tony Kranz and Mark Muir on their election.  I’m confident they will serve the city well. I want to thank everyone who voted for me, and especially my family and all my volunteers. Many people opened their homes to host meet & greet events, others walked with me in neighborhoods across the city and stood on street corners waving campaign signs. This election showed that while we all agree that Encinitas is a great place to live, people want some changes in how we govern.

I am grateful for the opportunity to serve Encinitas.

Thank you,

Lisa Shaffer

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Lynn Marr November 10, 2012 at 07:50 PM
Congratulations to you, Lisa, and to all of us who worked so hard to elect you and to replace Jerome Stocks!
looski November 10, 2012 at 08:37 PM
Congratulations Lisa, we are very pleased that you and Tony were elected to Encinitas city council. Your campaign was run as all campaigns should be run - telling the constituents your plan and why they should vote for you. It is a credit to the citizens of Encinitas that the big outside money smear campaigns were ignored and the right folks were elected. Excellent campaign.
Bruce Stephens November 10, 2012 at 11:37 PM
Congratulations Lisa. Am I correct in thinking that the installation of the new council members will be Tuesday, December 11th? If so, I hope to be there to watch you and Tony take your seats on the dais.
Olivier Canler November 11, 2012 at 09:25 PM
Great job on a positive campaign. The long grassroots efforts paid off.
Jay Berman November 12, 2012 at 05:44 PM
Congratulations .... please investigate why we pay so much for the current projects under construction ...


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