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Gloria, a former city councilman who recently served in the state Assembly, made it clear repeatedly on the campaign trail he has no interest in defunding San Diego police.
Joe LaCava, another newly elected councilman, was a co-author of that op-ed.
Another Rodriguez voter, Mario Ramirez, who lives in the Seaside neighborhood, said he voted for the councilman and veteran because he’s a veteran himself.
At his side was his new chief of staff, Villalobos, who by then was a councilman in the Hays County city of Kyle.
The Councilman and his wife, who drew close to him, looked at each other, unable to understand the words of the bishop.
Well, now, seigneur Councilman, august elective magistrate of the illustrious Commune of Laon!
"Bishop of Laon, those are very serious words," answered the Councilman with emotion.
The worthy Councilman, ever hampered and incommoded by his military equipment, had rid himself of it in the moment of battle.
The first position to which he was called was that of city councilman of Walla Walla in 1897.
In 1898 he was made county auditor of Columbia county by popular vote and in 1910 and 1911 served as councilman at large.

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