City Council Candidates Will Speak to Menifee-Perris Valley Democratic Club Aug. 9

Menifee city council members Darcy Kuenzi and Sue Kristjansson and city council candidate Bill Zimmerman will address the Menifee/Perris Val...

Menifee city council members Darcy Kuenzi and Sue Kristjansson and city council candidate Bill Zimmerman will address the Menifee/Perris Valley Democratic Club on Thursday, Aug. 9 at 6:30 p.m.

Kuenzi is a candidate for mayor in the November election. Kristjansson and Zimmerman will run for city council seats in Districts 1 and 3, respectively. All three will speak, followed by a question and answer session.

The Menifee/Perris Valley Democratic Club meets on the second Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the community room of Provident Bank, 27010 Sun City Blvd. The public is welcome.

Attendees are encoouraged to bring a non-perishable food package or can for the Menifee Valley Cupboard.

For information, call 951-679-3752.


Menifee/Perris Valley Democratic Club 7562176525603619156

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  1. A good opportunity to meet the candidates

  2. The problem is that politicians are just speakers. Instead of them just telling us what they want, they really need to listen to what WE as citizens of Menifee want and then act on it. I'm so tired of certain city council members that are just doing what they want and accepting contributions from developers that just want to basically destroy our city. If we end up getting low income housing in our city we are all going to be suffering because of it. Low income housing brings crime and thus lowering our property values even more. We need to concentrate on bringing "Good" revenue to our city and not just agree to accept a fast buck.

  3. It seems some are confused about the purpose of having candidates introduce their views to the voters. These three candidates have provided a forum to gather input from the citizens and acted on it i.e.: The skate park and seeking out a Trader Joes market.
    The notion that developers are out to destroy the city is a fallacy. Developers only build and promote what the citizens will buy. Wal-Mart is a good example of a few who opposed and many that wanted it. It appears if you are not in favor then it is “Bad” revenue. We already have low income housing in our city, just look to the Sun City area it was developed for that purpose..

  4. The above post is obviously from one of the candidates and I am sure I know who it is from the language used. Developers are not out to destroy the city. They are in it for the money. The results of too much development will destroy the city. Developers only build and promote what the citizens will buy is the fallacy! They are in it for the money and don't give a hoot about what the resulting impact it will have on our city. I was not in favor of the Walmart and everyone will see within a couple of years of it opening the negative impact it will have. As for low income housing, look at the area around it in Sun City, it's turned into a slum. We don't want this anywhere near the newer parts of Menifee. IF the residents of Sun City want it, then so be it. I'm sure the seniors would not want anymore crime.

  5. I am one of the candidates who was invited by the Democratic Club to come introduce myself, share a positive message, and also seek input and ideas from those in attendance. I appreciate the opportunity, and hope there will be many more of these forums.

    I agree that Council Members should be good listeners, and represent the will of the community. We know that the best leader is a servant, who is ready to work hard.
    Thanks to the Democratic Club for hosting this event.


    Bill Zimmerman
    Candidate, Menifee City Council-District 3

  6. All for-profit business is in it for the money. If they build and nobody buys or wants it they go broke. What is too much development? Who decides? To answer these questions is why we have elected leaders. Zoning; building codes; planning commissions and the rest of the responsibilities of city government is the reason why the city was formed. Like it or not the city will be governed by an elected few. Let’s be sure the right ones are selected. Forums such as this are helpful in making that choice

  7. The problem is the majority of voters don't inform themselves. So the candidate that has the most money and can put out most signs...wins.



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