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Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce

13150 7Th Ave.

Chino, California 91710

United States

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Employment History

ChinoHills.com

Affiliations

Board Members
Chino Valley Unified School District

Trustee, Trustee
DailyBulletin.com

Founder
Budget and Finance Committee

Web References (46 Total References)


ChinoHills.com

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David Black Appointed To Fill CVUSD Board Vacancy November 20, 2011By -Articles From Everywhere About Chino Hills and Chino

David Black was sworn in as the new school board member for the Chino Valley Unified School District Thursday, November 17, 2011 CHINO - Former school board member David Black has been selected to fill the Chino Valley Unified School District vacant seat. Board members appointed Black, who previously served the district from 1999 to 2004, at their Thursday board meeting. Read the story... | Source: Contra Costa Times | Date posted: 11/18/2011 >>


ChinoHills.com

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David Black Appointed To Fill CVUSD Board Vacancy | ChinoHills.com

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David Black Appointed To Fill CVUSD Board Vacancy November 20, 2011By -Articles From Everywhere About Chino Hills and Chino
David Black was sworn in as the new school board member for the Chino Valley Unified School District Thursday, November 17, 2011
CHINO - Former school board member David Black has been selected to fill the Chino Valley Unified School District vacant seat.
Board members appointed Black, who previously served the district from 1999 to 2004, at their Thursday board meeting.


CHINO - Chino Valley Unified ...

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CHINO - Chino Valley Unified board member David Black found himself having to explain his candidate statement after union officials questioned it.

Black defended the statement in the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters' Voter Information Guide at last week's board meeting.
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Black's is seeking to reclaim his seat, along with other incumbents James Na and Fred Youngblood.
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In response, Black asked his candidate statement be read in a different way.
Black said
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Black said his statement is intended to encourage the community to think carefully about how they'll chose the next school board member.
"And make sure whether the person who is endorsed by unions or not, that their selection was going to do what parents want the elected people to do and not what organized groups might like those elected people to do," Black said.
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Black insisted multiple times that he never said, "Unions shouldn't exist."
"You're not allowed to make any comments against a group. It needs to be about you, as the candidate, and, in this case, about me," he said.
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"I don't believe we would have approved (Black's) statement if there was an Election Code (rule) saying that," said Felisa Cardona, communications manager at San Bernardino County elections office.


CHINO - Chino Valley Unified ...

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CHINO - Chino Valley Unified board member David Black found himself having to explain his candidate statement after union officials questioned it.

Black defended the statement in the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters' Voter Information Guide at last week's board meeting.
...
Black's is seeking to reclaim his seat, along with other incumbents James Na and Fred Youngblood.
...
In response, Black asked his candidate statement be read in a different way.
Black said
...
Black said his statement is intended to encourage the community to think carefully about how they'll chose the next school board member.
"And make sure whether the person who is endorsed by unions or not, that their selection was going to do what parents want the elected people to do and not what organized groups might like those elected people to do," Black said.
...
Black insisted multiple times that he never said, "Unions shouldn't exist."
"You're not allowed to make any comments against a group. It needs to be about you, as the candidate, and, in this case, about me," he said.
...
"I don't believe we would have approved (Black's) statement if there was an Election Code (rule) saying that," said Felisa Cardona, communications manager at San Bernardino County elections office.


CHINO - Chino Valley Unified ...

www.dailybulletin.com [cached]

CHINO - Chino Valley Unified board member David Black found himself having to explain his candidate statement after union officials questioned it.

Black defended the statement in the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters' Voter Information Guide at last week's board meeting.
...
Black's is seeking to reclaim his seat, along with other incumbents James Na and Fred Youngblood.
...
In response, Black asked his candidate statement be read in a different way.
Black said
...
Black said his statement is intended to encourage the community to think carefully about how they'll chose the next school board member.
"And make sure whether the person who is endorsed by unions or not, that their selection was going to do what parents want the elected people to do and not what organized groups might like those elected people to do," Black said.
...
Black insisted multiple times that he never said, "Unions shouldn't exist."
"You're not allowed to make any comments against a group. It needs to be about you, as the candidate, and, in this case, about me," he said.
...
"I don't believe we would have approved (Black's) statement if there was an Election Code (rule) saying that," said Felisa Cardona, communications manager at San Bernardino County elections office.

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