AL FOX CAN BRING REAL SOLUTIONS TO REAL PROBLEMS.
Homelessness has reached epidemic numbers in much of California. The impact of illegal homeless camps on streets and in parks cannot be allowed to take hold in our community
AL WILL LEAD THE EFFORTS TO REDUCE THOSE NEGATIVE IMPACTS UPON CITRUS HEIGHTS.
While on the City Council, Al established working relationships with leaders from other cities and districts to prevent the reallocation of special assessment tax dollars away from Citrus Heights to projects of our biggest neighbor. We paid to the fund but we're not seeing the benefits promised.
WE WILL SEE THE BENEFITS OF PROJECTS WE FUNDED.
Al's dedication as a member and chairman of the planning commission and then city council member has always been to serve our community. Paying attention to the smallest requests as well as then multi-million dollar projects.
VOTE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
I worked with all 12 school campuses in Citrus Heights to provide more than 600 headset/microphone units to first, second and third grade students for use during remote learning campus closures. We provided 600 McDonald's $5 Arch Cards for student performance incentive gifts. 80 Samsung E-Tablets were also supplied for use in the student libraries of San Juan High School, Mesa Verde High School and Sylvan Middle School.
SEPTEMBER 24, 2022
Becoming the City of Citrus Heights is finally out. This book, written by Sacramento author Miranda Culp in collaboration with Citrus Heights businessman Bill Van Duker, should be on the “Must Read” list for all local 8th grade students. It is a fantastic chronology of the power of determination, the battles of political drama and the rewards of staying true to a vision.
I am so proud to have been included by saying a few words in the blurbs at the end of the book:
“Becoming the City of Citrus Heights is a fabulous account of the David/Goliath battle the citizens of our community fought to become the city we are today. The author has brought to life the true essence of determination and grit required to overcome the obstacles brought forth by a power-hungry county leadership. This work is a true account of history for our community.”
- Albert Fox
Citrus Heights City Council