Hardcastle won 21.88% of the vote, followed by Diana Burgis, who has a 20.05%.
The mayor Kevin directive g still to 17.01% in the third, David hanson in the fourth, for 15.49%, and RON Borland marginally to the fifth 13.08%. Randy, Adler is down 12.23% of the vote.
How to attract more enterprises - work - the city and leading debate candidate, most of them is a political novice.
Randy, Adler, 53 years old, said she want to go to beautify the city old storefront main streets, has shown that it hold more activities to attract potential customers - a kind of art and wine downtown festival, for example, and auto show and more family movie night.
Adler will be more willing to see Charles Oakley bring what kind of high-grade brand shop found in napa and sosa has the such place, not large retailers.
RON borland, 61, has made the government transparency a large part of his platform, and is always the most outspoken criticism a profitable real estate transactions, is provided to the city manager last fall.
A part-time substitute teacher and 25 years of residents' coupons, he believed that the committee decided to give the city's top administrators, controversial show that they are not contact their voters, many of them are working hard to keep their houses. The deal was cancelled.
Borland said he hoped the city involved in enterprise decision-making, influence their discussion. In addition, he wants to use Charles Oakley agricultural history to attract tourists, perhaps through the encourage more wineries open and build a equestrian centre, horse master from the surrounding area may hold activity.
Diana Burgis, 47, said her experience gain, executive director of the east county, a non-profit environmental organization for her city council, let people agreement between the different - sometimes conflict objectives, it is very important.