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Terry Nagel

Mayor

The Burlingame Voice

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The Burlingame Voice

1250 San Carlos Ave.

San Carlos, California,94070

United States

Company Description

The Burlingame Voice is dedicated to informing and empowering the Burlingame community. Our blog is a public forum for the discussion of issues that relate to Burlingame, California. On it you can read and comment on important city issues. Note: Opinions pos...more

Background Information

Employment History

Vice Mayor, City of Burlingame

City of Burlingame


Communications Officer

Skoll Foundation


Communications Manager

Stanford Law School


Affiliations

Citizens

Active Member


www.smcta.org

Board Member


Central County Fire Department

Board Member


City Council's Civic Engagement and Community Recognition Subcommittees

Liaison


Executive Centennial Committee

Member


Safeway Inc.

Founder


GUIDE TO GOVERNMENT

City Council Member


Burlingame Public Library

Member


Coro Center for Public Leadership

Coro Community Fellow


Better Burlingame

Council Member


Communities

Founder


San Mateo County

Member


Green Ribbon Task Force

Founder


CALL Primrose Center

Board Member


numerous school committee

Member


San Mateo Union High School District

Governing Board Member


Centennial Celebration

Member, Executive Committee


Social Edge

Board Member


Education

California Cities' California Civic Leadership Institute


Coro


Pitzer College


Bachelor of Arts degree

English

University of Washington


master plan


Web References(197 Total References)


Rethink Waste | Universal Waste

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Please click on this link for an op-ed article on CFLs by Burlingame City Council Member Terry Nagel published in the SF Chronicle on September 4, 2008.


The Burlingame Voice: September 2007

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Mayor Terry Nagel, 58, who is seeking her second four-year term, raised more than $8,111 during the same period.
She has raised a total of $12,606 for her campaign. All of the contributors to her campaign during the latest period were individuals who are predominantly Burlingame residents. Her biggest expense was $3,646 for signs and campaign literature. Nagel championed campaign contribution caps that took effect earlier this year. Candidates are now permitted to accept a maximum of $500 from individuals and $1,000 from businesses and organizations. "Maybe that is playing a role in the election," she said. Nagel said candidates should spend time rather than money talking to people and spreading their messages. "I think the most effective way is not only to talk to people, but to listen," she said. The Burlingame Pet Parade was started in 2004 by residents wanting to create an event that would bring the community together, Burlingame Mayor Terry Nagel said. This year's procession was sponsored by the Peninsula Humane Society, Wells Fargo Bank and the Broadway Merchants' Association, among others. It can be anything at all,? said Burlingame Mayor Terry Nagel, one of the many volunteers behind the pet parade. Everything is free, free, free,? said Nagel, who added the parade and activities are volunteer-funded and run. This is a very for the people by the people type' of gathering,? said Nagel. In fact, a prize in the past went to a couple of girls with stuffed animals in their wagon, said Nagel. One of our rules is that there are no politicians riding in cars,? said Nagel, who added that commercial booths were banned in addition to political participation. The whole reason we started the parade was to make friends and have fun,? Nagel said. The parade route, which is available at burlingamepetparade.com, will begin at parking Lot Y between Laguna Avenue and Chula Vista Avenue and end back at the same parking lot less than a half-mile and about 30 minutes later, according to the Web site. Then the judges will choose the winners, including honorable mentions. We used to do big, fancy prizes, but now we have big, fancy ribbons,? said Nagel. The pet parade will be the fourth for Burlingame, after its conception in 2004 when, after witnessing a Fourth of July pet parade in Bend, Ore., Nagel brought the idea back to Burlingame and, with other dedicated volunteers, started what became Burlingame's annual pet parade. The first parade was very informal, a couple dozen people straggled down the street and boom, it was done,? said Nagel. Now, she said, it's a big event. Other winners last year included motorcycle rider Rocky, a German Shepard from San Mateo for best-dressed pet, and Hollywood of Colma, a 3-foot-tall miniature pony with ribbons in his mane and gold manicured hooves complete with glitter tips for most interesting pet. Nagel said the parade has had a whole range? of pets, from geckos, rats, exotic birds and snakes. But the majority of the pets parading are pooches. I can't tell you how many dogs have pedicures,? said Nagel.


The Burlingame Voice: November 2006

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Heather's article in the Daily Journal (with photo) - Nagel takes over as Burlingame mayor
Mayor Terry Nagel, right, shares a laugh with former boss Don Langley, left. Langley and his wife Judy came down from San Francisco to support Nagel. Mayor Terry Nagel assumed the seat less than an hour later. She came prepared with a three-page speech encouraging community involvement. Part of the challenge that lies ahead in the coming year is trying to determine which goals to emphasize. For example, while council members agree on the importance of promoting citizen engagement, economic development and emergency preparedness, there are many directions in which we might go,? said Nagel. She actively campaigned for community input and involvement; complete with statistics about the difference between people now from 25 years ago. Rosalie O'Mahony was named vice mayor her fifth time filling the position, to which Nagel jokingly replied, At least someone knows what they're doing.? Terry Nagel takes over as mayor in Burlingame ( Daily Journal) Burlingame has a new leader in town, as Terry Nagel will be sworn in as mayor tonight. Nagel, 57, hopes to continue the goals set forth by the council during the current fiscal year. The beginning of her reign will focus on promoting community involvement and economic development. This really is not any one person's goals. The team collectively tries to collect feedback and synthesize it into community wide goals to help the whole city accomplish,? said Nagel. Nagel would like to see efforts to create a two-way dialogue with citizens expanded. Nagel married her husband Jim 29 years ago.


Pre-Opening Ribbon Cutting at New Hospital | Mills-Peninsula Health Services Newsroom

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Burlingame Mayor Terry Nagel


Women's Health | Mills-Peninsula Health Services Newsroom

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Also present at the event were Terry Nagel, Mayor of Burlingame, and Karl Schroeder, president of Safeway's NorCal division.


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