Interview With Simi Valley Candidate For Mayor Bob Huber

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Yesterday I went to an event organized by education activist Donna Prenta, School Board Member Rob Collins and Former School Board Member Diane Collins. The meet and greet was put together to support candidates for SVUSD School Board Arleigh Kidd and Jeanne Davis plus candidate for Mayor of Simi Valley Bob Huber. I talked with Bob Huber and his campaign manager Scott Santino about the negativity in the campaign and other issues. Bob Huber agreed to be interviewed on camera without me telling him all of the questions first. I did tell him that I would ask about the plan to fix the Arroyo bike path, which is an important issue for me.

Overall the event was well-attended and have people a chance to talk to many community leaders. I finally had a chance to talk with June Ewart who has been helping me with the Shop Simi Valley First Facebook page. If you ever want to discuss intervention strategies for at-risk youth in Simi Valley you should contact her.

To see the other videos and pictures from the event go to my Facebook page for my blog. I don't have a budget for fundraisers but if you would like to invite me to take videos and pictures send me a message. I don't need to agree with your candidate to attend.

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Brian, by "fixing" the bike path do you mean the $60 million plan? I think it would be pretty, too, but is any time in the next 5 years a responsible time to do that?

So who voted YES or NO on the task force's recommendation to agendize council discussion on annexation of the landfill property? Names anyone?

Hate to break this to you Brian, but Scott Santino is a large contributor toward the negativity in the campaign. Interesting that it is not touched upon in this interview. Did you ask on camera?

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