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Editor’s note: As a service to the public, The Sentinel is publishing word-for-word candidate statements for each of the five residents who qualified to run for Citrus Heights City Council this year. Statements were submitted by each candidate upon filing to run and will be published in the Sacramento County Voter Information Guide, which is direct-mailed to every voter.
Treston Shull. Occupation listed: Labor Manager.
I am running for City Council to bring new energy and a blue-collar work ethic to tackle the growing homeless and crime problems, fix our roads, and protect taxpayers.
My wife and I love Citrus Heights. I have been involved in Citrus Heights for years, serving on REACH (Resident Empowerment Association of Citrus Heights) and Birdcage Heights Neighborhood Association – so I understand the value of listening to the community.
I’ve worked tough jobs, so I know the value of hard work, and the need to respect taxpayers hard-earned money by keeping taxes low. My father was a police officer; I saw firsthand the dedication he had and the challenges he faced – so I am committed to ensuring our police have the resources to keep our neighborhoods safe.
I’ve (sp) believe in the power of the American Dream — that hard work, honesty, and conservative values are the best way to build a better life. Those same values will help us build a better city.
I’m proud to have earned the endorsement of Supervisor Sue Frost, police, firefighters, teachers and community members. But I want to earn your support and vote for City Council. I will always work hard, listen, and be accessible to you (contact me anytime at treston@TrestonShull.com or 916-342-9816).
According to the Elections Code, a 10-calendar day public review period of candidate statements extends through Aug. 20, during which period “any person may seek a Writ of Mandate or injunction requiring any or all of the material in the candidate statement to be amended or deleted.”
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