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    O'Donnell Makes It Official: He's Running in 4th District To Unseat Incumbent Dennis Carroll

    (October 23, 2003) -- Los Altos resident Patrick O'Donnell made it official today: he's running to unseat 4th district Council incumbent Dennis Carroll in the April 2004 city election.

    In a written release, Mr. O'Donnell said "the Fourth District deserves a leader that will work with us, not against us."

    Long Beach born and a CSULB alumnus, Mr. O'Donnell teaches middle school social studies, serves as VP of the Los Altos Neighborhood Association South and is a Commissioner on LB's Citizen Police Complaint Commission in addition to other volunteer efforts.

    Mr. O'Donnell summarized his priorities if elected as follows:

    • Include residents in decisions involving our neighborhoods.
    • Prioritize funding for police patrols.
    • Prevent the "super-sizing" of the Long Beach Airport.
    • Fight wasteful spending, and develop sensible, long-term budget policies.
    • Repair our streets and sidewalks.

    "We need to send City Hall a message: it is time for a change," Mr. O"Donnell said.

    Mr. and Mrs. O'Donnell live in Los Altos and, his release notes, are the proud parents of a one-year-old daughter.

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