LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Mike Naggar Gets Our Vote

A letter submitted by Temecula resident Mark Garcie says he and his wife support the re-election of Councilman Mike Naggar this November.

My wife and I have lived in Temecula for a number of years. We’ve voted for councilmember Mike Naggar for many years and are proudly voting for him again this November election. Mr. Naggar has always stood up for family values and has been vigilant through the years, in maintaining Temecula’s wholesome, family-oriented atmosphere.

We are especially touched by his passion for the children in our community faced with disabilities. Mr. Naggar has an autistic, young son. Gleaning from his personal  circumstance, Mr. Naggar seized the opportunity to help other families faced with the same  challenges in his capacity as councilman by his regional autism task force and the  special needs park being built soon, to meet the needs of many of our children. This is admirable.  

Thank you,  

Mark Garcie

40529 Calle Medusa

Temecula, CA 92591

Eric Cartman September 21, 2012 at 11:34 PM
Hey guys, here is a Mike Naggar Fun Fact: http://i.imgur.com/02AGI.jpg
SPB September 27, 2012 at 07:14 PM
@ Sam Are people still seriously freaking out about the whole Mosque thing? I think its time for you guys to find a new boogieman.
KB September 30, 2012 at 11:01 PM
Paul I had been supporting you until I just read about your lust for a new police station. Gov't workers have already bankrupted the state with their outlandish salaries and pensions and palaces, now you want to build them another one? A new face on the Temecula City Council would be a good thing, just not Paul Jacob's.
Paul Jacobs September 30, 2012 at 11:19 PM
KB, the City Council built a $70 million civic center palace for themselves. Converting the old city hall to a police station puts officers the city already contracts for into the City rather than leasing space for our officers in French Valley. I desire improved public safety for the residents of Temecula based on my experience on the Traffic Safety Commission and from speaking to police officials recently as a candidate. I respect local law enforcement and their service to our community. I value your freedom to vote for the candidate of your choice.
KB October 01, 2012 at 12:32 AM
I can see from your comments Mr. Jacob's you likely represent nothing more than the status quo. If I understand your comments correctly - and I think I do - take some advice: In general you should respect all people regardless of their occupation. Don't live in fear. Live on your feet, not on your knees. Voters: I believe Paul would love nothing more than to assail your freedoms given the chance. Paul reminds of the type that although they aren't on the High School football team themselves, they hang around the football team like a groupie to feel tough and powerful. The kind of thinking Paul represents is what leads to police brutality at best, and cases like Kelly Thomas at it's worst. The police are compensated very very well (IMO) to do a job, we don't need to put them on a pedestal too. Yes, my thoughts represent a minority of voters, and in the end Paul wins and freedom loses - but that's primarily because to few exercise their brains in the 1st place. I was going to vote for Paul based on his efforts to stop the quarry, but I'm glad I looked a bit deeper since were all multi-dimensional.


More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »