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Vote for Chuck Gibson in Santa Margarita Water District Race

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on November 5, 2012 by OC Talk Radio

For those of you in South OC, please vote for OC Talk Radio’s CHUCK GIBSON in tomorrow’s Santa Margarita Water District Race. As a former legislative analyst for the City of LA and the Port of LB, Chuck is well versed in complicated public-private infrastructure issues. And he covered the controversial Cadiz Water Project for us as field producer as well, updating our issues on all the pros and cons of that proposed water project.

Our own Chuck Gibson gains endorsements for Santa Margarita Water District race

Posted in Ladera Times with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on October 3, 2012 by OC Talk Radio

Our own Chuck Gibson, volunteer producer for OC Talk Radio’s “Open Mic” program, has picked up another endorsement in his campaign to serve on the Santa Margarita Water District Board.

Chuck has not only won the endorsement of the outgoing President of the Board, Bill Lawson, but also was endorsed today by The South Orange County Regional Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee. Gibson is among a select few candidates the group has endorsed that exemplify its ideals, which include:

  • Greater investment in our region’s Infrastructure; this includes strong advocacy for a comprehensive solution to our region’s significant transportation challenges and ensuring a reliable supply of energy and water resources;
  • Appropriate supply of quality, reasonably-priced Housing for our region’s workforce; and
  • Enhanced Workforce Development opportunities to prepare the next generation of skilled workers for the challenges of tomorrow.

The Chamber and its Economic Coalition will launch and fund specific initiatives that support one or more of the above advocacy goals. It will educate and mobilize not just business leaders, owners and their employees but a broad spectrum of community leaders who understand the importance of these issues to future economic and job growth.

We heartily join this list of community leaders in endosing Chuck and urge all our South Orange County listeners to vote for him in the upcoming election.  To learn more about his expertise on the subject, listen to our past episodes of OPEN MIC where he investigates and reports on the controversial Cadiz Water project.