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Common Vision Coalition

Employment History

  • Chairman
    North Redlands Visioning Committee

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Common Vision Coalition
  • Chairman of the Committee
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Catren, Mayor Paul Foster, Char Burgess, ..., 10 Sept 2015 [cached]
Catren, Mayor Paul Foster, Char Burgess, vice president and dean of student life, and Mario Saucedo, chairman of the Common Vision Coalition, welcomed the volunteers before everyone broke into groups and headed out.
I think its not one thing ..., 28 Aug 2015 [cached]
I think its not one thing thats going to help people, help the community or at least keep the community safe its going to be a whole host of things, and were very supportive of what the Police Department is doing, said Mario Saucedo, chairman of the Common Vision Coalition, a community group that has assisted in the passage of the citys Social Host, Synthetic Drug and Deemed Approved ordinances. The department conducts several operations they did before launching the initiative, such as DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols, as well as minor decoy and shoulder tap operations. But in addition to those operations, the department conducts party patrols to enforce the citys Social Host Ordinance and this year implemented the Deemed Approved Ordinance targeting irresponsible alcohol retailers.
Redlands Police Cmndr. Chris Catren said the work of Saucedo and the Common Vision Coalition has been a huge help in getting the ordinances adopted.
We can say we need to do the Social Host Ordinance all day long, but when Mario comes and says, I represent the Common Vision Coalition this is what we want and this is why we want it then its a huge success, Catren said.
We understood there was a need and even the Police Department they were hamstrung not having the right tools or the right way to address this as they went on these calls, Saucedo said.
Some of those children may be ..., 19 Dec 2011 [cached]
Some of those children may be obtaining alcohol from their parents, or from young adults who host house parties, said Mario Saucedo, a leader of the recently formed Common Vision Coalition.
Social host ordinances, which have been adopted by several California cities, can allow police to charge adults for providing teens with a place to drink or for hosting a party where underage drinking takes place. Currently there is no local law that prevents adults from providing a place for teens to drink.
The social host ordinance would close that loophole, Saucedo and members of the coalition's substance abuse workgroup told members of the Redlands Teen Council this week.
After asking a number of questions about how the ordinance would work, the Teen Council gave its endorsement.
Saucedo, who also leads the North Redlands Visioning Committee, formed the Common Vision Coalition with Josiah Bruny, who heads Music Changing Lives, a program for young people that operates out of the Redlands Community Center.
Saucedo and Bruny said their two groups are continuing their own work, but they hope to accomplish more by working together.
"Look at the Redlands Service Club Council," Saucedo said. "All the service clubs in town were accomplishing things, but when they came together they were able to do so much more."
The Service Club Council has helped marshal volunteers for some major city projects in recent years, including sprucing up the Redlands Bowl and the Redlands Boulevard median last spring.
The Common Vision Coalition seeks to promote healthy neighborhoods, and the social host ordinance fits right in with that goal, Saucedo said. Alcohol abuse can contribute to other problems that affect both the individual and an entire neighborhood.
"Alcohol can be what is called a gateway drug," he said.
Mario Saucedo, chairman of ..., 22 Mar 2007 [cached]
Mario Saucedo, chairman of the Visioning Committee, said the group is excited and grateful for the council's decision.
"We're really grateful," Saucedo said.
Mario Saucedo, chairman of ..., 21 Nov 2015 [cached]
Mario Saucedo, chairman of the North Redlands Visioning Committee, said the issues on Myrtle Street are not different from issues facing other parts of the city, such as on the northern side of town.
Saucedo has been informing city officials of these types of issues in communities on the North Side for years.
Does it take a number of people to go into the City Council and voice their concerns or can it be handled through the normal processes which is customer complaints or citizen complaints and then things are done? Saucedo said.
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