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City of ChicoCandidate for City Council

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Ken Rensink

Special Education Teacher
4,927 votes (5.1%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • I will bring an experienced and non partisan voice to the CIty Council. I served two terms on the Chico Planning Commission from 2011-2016. My first term a liberal majority council appointed me and the second time a conservative majority.
  • I only accept contributions from people, and only up to $100. legally I can take $500 per person and PAC, union, business, associations, and organizations money; Only people can vote and people are the only source of financial support I accept.
  • We all want safe neighborhoods, good roads, open parks and libraries, and fully staffed city departments. Improvements in these areas will cost more money. Realistically, our expectations should be to expect less or be willing to pay more.

Experience

Experience

Profession:Special Education Teacher
Special Education Teacher, Colusa County Office of Education (2002–current)
Commissioner, Chico Planning Commission — Appointed position (2011–2016)

Education

California State University Chico Bachelor of Science Degree and 4 Teaching Credentials, Business Administration and Special Education (2008)

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