Dear Friends and Neighbors, I want to let you know about some recent, exciting Goleta successes, as well as update you on my campaign for Goleta Mayor. Election Update As many of you know, on November 6, in just 15 days, Goleta will elect a new Mayor. Many of you have already received a mail-in
From Noozhawk.com: Perotte also said she is running for mayor because she wants to continue her service. “I’ve strived to make a positive impact on our community, as a parent, business person, children’s advocate, PTA president and Goleta City Council member,” Perotte said.
From the Santa Barbara Independent: For the first time ever, Goleta voters get to directly elect their mayor. Up ’til now, the council as first-among-equals has appointed the position to what’s been a largely ceremonial job. We are persuaded that Paula Perotte has the requisite grit,
Dear Goleta friends, Recently I sent out a newsletter to help people catch up on only some of what’s happening in Goleta. I appreciate the great reactions plus a few questions I have since received. (If you didn’t get a chance to read it you can view it here .) So here is another
This is the first of several updates I plan to send to keep Goleta residents better informed about what’s going on in our city. And there is SO MUCH going on, from Old Town Goleta improvements to measures to help our drought-stressed Ellwood Preserve and annual butterfly visitors. I know
Paula Perotte has joined the lists to compete in November’s election to be mayor of Goleta. Last December’s unanimous council vote to give her a second year’s appointment as mayor included Councilmember Michael Bennett, who is also in the running. “I’m for very carefully managed