Carmel Valley planning board candidate running unopposed

By Karen Billing

So far the only new candidate up for election on March 22 is Steven Ross. Ross is running unopposed for the neighborhood 7 seat on the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board.

Ross is a former Marine Corps helicopter pilot who has lived in Carmel Valley with his wife and three children since 2001.

Other members up for re-election and running unopposed are Anne Harvey (neighborhood 8a), Manjeet Ranu (PHR district 11), Victor Manoushakian (business representative), Steve Davison (neighborhood 9), Frisco White (neighborhood 8) and Christian Clews (investor representative). All must receive one vote. The polls open at 6:45 on March 22 at the Carmel Valley Library.

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Posted by Staff on Mar 5, 2012. Filed under Carmel Valley, News, carmel valley. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “Carmel Valley planning board candidate running unopposed”

  1. Tom Abernathy

    This bunch have been on the CVPB forever. They know what is good for the community.

    Amazing no one else in that town gives a rat's rear so they desrve what they get—1970 thinking by retired (or should be) old duffers.

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