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Published on Oct 2, 2016
This is an interview with Fullerton City Council candidate Jane Rands, who is running in the 2016 general election. Jane Rands is a software engineer, who has lived in Fullerton for ten years. She has volunteered with such organizations as Fullerton Beautiful, the Fullerton Arboretum, and the Friends of the Fullerton Library. She has raised $4,177 which appears to be largely self- funded, with the largest contribution being $500 from Chris Romer. She wants to re-open the Hunt Branch Library, update our infrastructure, re-pave roads, and better manage resources. A major problem, for Rands, is the impact of outside high-density development. She worked with the group supporting district elections, but opposes the map that was selected by the City Council (8A). Regarding Coyote Hills, she supports preserving it as 100 percent open space. If elected, Rands wants to decriminalize homelessness, ending the “no camping” tickets, which often go to warrant and put homeless people in jail. She wants to create a Civilian Police Oversight Committee to create more accountability. Rands aims to get more people involved in voting and local government. “I’ll do everything to get more people to participate in our process,” she says.
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