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Company Description: We are committed to adopting a balanced budget for the next two fiscal years. To do so will require continued sacrifices by our employee groups. Again, I thank our...   more
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sanleandrotalk.voxpublica.org, 30 Jan 2016 [cached]
San Leandro City Council member Prola will vote in favor of the resolution and let City Manager Zapata figure out the financial terms.
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Posted by Margarita Lacabe at 10:24 amTagged with: Diana Souza, Jim Prola, Mike Katz Lacabe, Stephen Cassidy, SLPD, Pauline Cutter, Casa Peralta, homeless, Corina Lopez, Jon Sherr, Rosana Mucetti, COPS grant, SL Hospital
Similarly, in San Leandro you ...
sanleandrotalk.voxpublica.org, 27 Sept 2012 [cached]
Similarly, in San Leandro you want to get Jim Prola's endorsement (though he'll rarely endorse someone until Labor endorses them first), because he LOVES walking door to door and he's great at convincing people to vote for you and put up a lawn sign.
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Posted by marga at 5:00 pmTagged with: Aisha Knowles, Alameda County School Board, Alameda Labor Council, Carmen Sullivan, Charlie Gilcrest, City Council, Democratic party, Ellen Corbett, Gary Mortara, Hermi Almonte, Jim Prola, Johan Klehs, Joyce Starosciak, Julian Polvorosa, Mary Hayashi, Morgan Mack-Rose, Penny Peck, Pete Stark, political campaigns, School Board, SLCAN, SLPOA, SLTA, Stephen Cassidy, Tony Santos
San Leandro Bytes: Politics Archives
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The most expensive individual campaign was waged by Jim Prola, winner of the District 6 San Leandro City Council seat.
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Reed spent about $3,000 less than Prola, who secured the District 6 City Council seat in the June 2008 election.
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As of December 31, 2008, Prola had $4,434.55 in his campaign account and $4,000 in outstanding loans.
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San Leandro City Councilmembers Ursula Reed, Joyce Starosciak, and Jim Prola were given the opportunity to give speeches after they were sworn in at the December 15, 2008, City Council meeting.
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Jim Prola:
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Clemons spent a total of $10,105.27 during the campaign and came in second behind incumbent Jim Prola.
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Jim Prola
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Jim Prola and Joyce Starosciak win; Linda Perry and Ursula Reed in Run-off
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Jim Prola In the race for San Leandro City Council District 6, Jim Prola defied expectations and won outright over four opponents with 57.52% of the vote with all 58 precincts reporting at 1:16am.
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Prola celebrated his victory at Zocalo Coffeehouse and watched the election results with District 2 candidate Ursula Reed, former California Assemblymember Johan Klehs and San Leandro City Councilmember Surlene Grant.
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Prola said he had been worried that he would face a run-off election against so many opponents, so he and his campaign volunteers walked door-to-door in nearly 38 of the city's 58 precincts. Instead of resting on election day, he handed out about 400 flyers at the San Leandro BART station.
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Jim Prola, the District 6 incumbent, was also at the Cherry Festival handing out literature.
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According to a financial disclosure filed on May 29, 2008, San Leandro District 6 City Council candidate Jim Prola received a late contribution of $1,000 from Service Employees International Union Local 1021.
During the period between May 18 and the election (June 3, 2008), candidates are required to disclose contributions of $1,000 or more within 24 hours. Prola also reported an in-kind contribution of $2,650 from AFSCME on May 21, 2008.
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All District 2 candidates and District 6 candidates Jim Prola and Estelle Clemons have sent out the first round of mail directed at absentee voters.
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The candidate's web sites for Charles Gilcrest, Linda Perry, Ursula Reed, Joyce Starosciak, Wafaa Aborashed, Hermy Almonte, Estelle Clemons, and Jim Prola are generally light on specifics.
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Even less information is generally provided by the candidates at the respective sites for Ursula Reed, Joyce Starosciak, Hermy Almonte, and Jim Prola at SmartVoter.org.
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The latest campaign finance disclosure filings for candidates for San Leandro City Council are in and incumbent Jim Prola continues to lead the field in campaign contributions and expenditures.
District 6
During the most recent reporting period from March 18 to May 17, 2008, District 6 candidate Prola spent $16,545 including $6,773 to Autumn Press for campaign literature, $3,500 to Alliance Campaign Strategies for campaign consulting, $2,605 to Handled With Care for mailings, $1,859 to Prime Signs for lawn signs, and $665 for the Voter Information Guide slate mailer.
Prola received contributions of $1,000 from the Rental Housing Owners Association of Southern Alameda County, $1,000 from The Sentinels, and $500 from Assemblyman Alberto Torrico's campaign, . Unions gave $10,500 to Prola's campaign, with $1,500 from Operating Engineers Local #3, $1,000 from American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), $1,000 from the Teamsters DRIVE Committee, $1,000 from AFSCME Local 2019, $1,000 from Good Jobs JAC, Unite Here Local 2850, $1,000 from the California Nurses Association, $650 from International Association of Firefighters Local 55, $500 from United Food & Commercial Workers, Local 5, $500 from AFSCME Local 444, $500 from Sheet Metal Workers Local 104, and $500 from International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers Local 21.
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At the end of the reporting period, Prola had $14,153 in his campaign account and $8,000 in outstanding loans.
In a late filing dated May 21, 2008, Prola reported an in-kind contribution of $2,650 from AFSCME.
Prola's Campaign Statement for March 18 to May 17, 2008.
Prola raised more than three times his closest District 6 competitor, Estelle Clemons.
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The San Leandro Community Action Network (SLCAN) is offering interested voters an opportunity to have coffee with San Leandro City Council candidates Jim Prola and Ursula Reed on May 13, 2008, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
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The group recently endorsed Prola in District 6 and Reed in District 2 for the June 3, 2008, election.
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Prola was appointed in February 2007 to replace Tony Santos.
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According to the latest edition of the Sierra Club Yodeler, Jim Prola is the only candidate for San Leandro City Council to earn the group's endorsement. In its endorsement, the Sierra Club called Prola "perhaps the greenest councilmember San Leandro has ever seen."
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Jim Prola
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The San Leandro Community Action Network (SLCAN) announced late last night that it is endorsing Ursula Reed for San Leandro City Council District 2 and Jim Prola for District 6.
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The endorsement of Prola was expected as SLCAN endorsed Prola for the District 6 appointment in February 2007 and Prola was a big supporter of the living wage ordinance and affordable housing, which SLCAN also supports.
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District 6 San Leandro City Council candidates Estelle Clemons, Wafaa Aborashed, Mark Tichy, and Jim Prola were on hand for a forum at the San Leandro Chamber of Commerce's monthly luncheon on April 10, 2008.
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The Sentinels have endorsed Joyce Starosciak for the San Leandro City Council District 4 seat, Charles Gilcrest for District 2, and Jim Prola for District 6.
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More surprising is the endorsement of Prola, who has also been endorsed by the Alameda County Central Labor Council and has been quite active in unions.
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Only three of the candidates for the District 6 City Council race were interviewed at the group's meeting on April 9, 2008: Jim Prola, Hermy Almonte, and Estelle Clemons.
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The Democratic Party endorsed San Leandro City Council candidates Joyce Starosciak (District 4) and Jim Prola (District 6) at its meeting on April 2, 2008.
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When asked about Goldt's attendance, Prola said that he wasn't familiar with the attendance policy at the time, but noted that Goldt has had a good attendance record since then.
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District 6 incumbent Jim Prola was the top fundraiser with $7,849 and the top spender at $5,698.37 for the filing period, which covers from January 1, 2008, to March 17, 2008.
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Prola raised $7,849, including contributions of $1,000 each from AC Transit AFSCME Local 3916 and the Teamsters, $500 each from the Amalgamated Transit Union, Electrical Workers Local 595 PAC, and former San Leandro City Councilmember Laython "Judge" Landis, $350 from Local 342 PAC, and $250 each from Peter Hendley, East Bay Automotive Machinists Local 1546, Tom Silva of Eden Realty, John Manuel, and Harry Walters III.
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As of March 17, 2008, Prola had $12,214.25 in his campaign account.
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However, only Jim Prola, Joyce Starosciak, and Estelle Clemons have any content so far, so if you want more information about most of the candidates, you'll have to wait.
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Jim Prola - http://www.jimprola.com/
The Citizen: Santos Joins the Fight
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Representatives for the California Nurses Association, the Save San Leandro Coalition and San Leandro City Councilman Jim Prola called for the resignation of Ratnesar and its legal counsel.
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"It is imperative and a matter of life and death for our residents to keep San Leandro Hospital as a acute care hospital with an ER," said Prola.
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Labels:Alameda County Medical Center, Eden Township, Jim Prola, Rajendra Ratnesar, S.L. Hospital, Tony Santos, Vin Sawnhey
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www.ebda.org, 17 July 2011 [cached]
The EBDA Commission is pleased to announce the appointment of Jim Prola as the EBDA representative from the City of San Leandro.
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