The City Council expects to consider a handful of code revisions at the start of 2020 in an attempt to streamline the development of businesses in San Marino. Continue reading “Effort to Stimulate Local Business Activity Gathers Momentum”
A couple of weeks out from the upcoming primary election, San Marino’s Cole Harris said he felt comfortable enough to step back from the stumping and take a look at what works and doesn’t work with his campaign.
The Republican lieutenant governor aspirant, having announced his candidacy in March, said he felt his strategically directed TV spots and other forms of campaign outreach have served well to give his name enough recognition with voters, particularly those frequent voters who don’t declare party affiliation.
“We’ve got our foot on the gas pedal,” Harris said in a phone interview last week. Continue reading “Aspiring Lt. Gov. Harris Stumps for Economic Development”