Elk Grove Planning Commissioner to Speak at Local Democratic Meeting

August 7, 2013 | Elk Grove Planning Commissioner Nancy Chaires will be the featured speaker at this month's meeting of the Elk...


August 7, 2013 |



Elk Grove Planning Commissioner Nancy Chaires will be the featured speaker at this month's meeting of the Elk Grove-South County Democratic Club.

In addition to her duties with the city's planning commission, Chaires a court-appointed Special Advocate for Children (CASA) as well as a Special Projects Consultant with the Department of Education. Following her presentation, Chaires will also have and question and answer session.

The meeting is on Tuesday, August 13, at 6:30 p.m. and will be held at the Elk Grove Library, Elk Grove Blvd. and Elk Grove-Florin Road. For further information, please contact Scott Matsumoto, President, at (916) 479-2244.

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Anonymous said...

Very poised and smart woman, just wish I could believe she isn't part of a bigger political machine. I know she'll run in 2014for city council, just plan on her and Davis always voting the same.

Anonymous said...

To the first poster above:
I couldn't agree with you more. She is a smart and educated women; however it appears she is in the pocket of the larger democratic abyss. She and Davis will make an uncomfortable pair. Here's hoping she is smart enough to distance herself and make her own choices.

Anonymous said...

to the above poster:

hahahahahahahahahah

thanks I needed that laugh

Michael said...

Let's try to remember that Chaires is a student of the Harvard School of Government, which maintains that governance should be left to the specialists, not the proles.
There is a smugness in her demeanor that is the ticket into the Harvard Club, even if she is a woman and a minority person (which used to be excluded from the Ivy Leagues.)

Anonymous said...

Michael are you speaking of the smugness she displayed when she thought her appointment to city council wrapped up? Well hopefully she learned some humility. The sad thing is she is very qualified and would make a good council member, it's hard to see past the very transparent political strategizing and chess playing. I wouldn't vote for someone no matter their credentials when you can see so blatantly how she's being lead around. Nancy hopefully you read these notes and re-evaluate your allegiances and reasons for wanted to run for office. There are good people in this town who want a city to be proud of. Don't make a game of it.

Thomas A. Anderson said...

I agree with Michael above. Regardless of her so-called Democratic and liberal credentials, Nancy possesses a certain smugness that comes from an Ivy League education and sense of accompanying entitlement. Take a close look at her husband's affiliations while your at it
too.

Give me a smart and liberal lady from Georgia State, University of Minnesota, Chico State or University of New Mexico who comes unencumbered with that sense of superiority from a Harvard education, and you will get my vote.

Don't be hoodwinked: she is part of the Davis-Steinburg-Dickinson coalition that is out to gut public education while pocketing money from the Walton family and Reed Hastings. Do your research and you will find the truth.

Anonymous said...

So, anyone who has an Ivy League education is smug? How many Ivy League graduates do you commentators know?

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