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Sept. 20, 2020

Interview with Sal Medina - Candidate for Claremont City Council, District 5

Interview with Sal Medina - Candidate for Claremont City Council, District 5

Sal Medina, a Claremont resident and successful business-owner for over a dozen years and former Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce, gives a very personal, yet direct and honest interview discussing his family's move to America and the lessons learned from the challenges of owning the Packing House's remaining original business.  Sal then opens up about his visions for District 5 and Claremont, improving communication between the citizens and Council members, moving the city of Claremont towards fiscal responsibility and a balanced budget, and keeping Claremont on the right economic path for the future.  Be sure to listen before making your ballot choice for the District 5 City Council member.

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