Rate Your Public Official: Who is Best?

With the big election just around the bend, what is your opinion of our City Council members? Who did a good job, and who needs improvement?

With three City Council seats up for election on April 10, Patch wants to know: who has been your favorite public official over the past year? Who did the best job, and who could do a little bit better?

Even though Joe Mosca vacated his seat in the fall, we put him in the poll because he served over the past year.

Take our poll, then tell us why you voted the way you did in the comments below.

anonymous April 02, 2012 at 09:12 AM
There certainly is no lack of viciousness on the Patch.
Tom Devereaux April 02, 2012 at 04:22 PM
Tara, Mr. Jones, and Love The Canyon - thank you for the truth. Here is an article recently with more TRUTH:: http://mtnviewsnews.com/v06/htm/n13/p20.htm
Susan Curley April 02, 2012 at 06:28 PM
Hail Hamilton is the dutiful pit bull sent to attack Mrs. MacGillivray just in the nick of time -- Just before the election! In 2010, when she was not running for office, it was Hail and the SMVFD, as well as a contingent of local misogynists intent on defeating Pat Alcorn, Don Watts, and John Crawford, who were running. It's a waste of Hail's considerable talents as a writer and a misuse of the Mountain Views News' place in Sierra Madre.
carolcanterbury April 02, 2012 at 08:41 PM
for the record, there are several "parole" type homes in sierra madre, that ordinance did nothing what "it" said it was going to do....
Ed Rank April 03, 2012 at 02:15 AM
Hmm. MaryAnn has 193 votes, Nancy Walsh has 0. Is Sierra Madre cha-cha-phobic?


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