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Dana Point Candidate Enters Election Race 2018

The 2018 Dana Point election is stacking up already. A second candidate for city council in the new 1st district, Joe Jaeger, has registered to run in this year’s election. Dana Point District 1 encompasses: Monarch Beach, Monarch Bay, Monarch Bay Terrace, Monarch Coast, Ritz Cove, Emerald Ridge, Pointe Monarch, Ritz Pointe, Grand Monarch, Villas at Monarch Beach, and Niguel Shores.

Mr. Jaeger filed papers to run on June 29, 2018 and will run against incumbent Joseph Muller, who currently serves on the city council but whose term ends this year.

“It’s time we have a Council that puts Dana Point and Monarch Beach residents first.”
—Jaeger for Dana Point City Council 2018

Mr. Jaeger, retired from a career as a Chief Financial Officer for both public and privately held companies, lives in the Ritz Pointe Community and served on the city’s Financial Review Committee as well as the board of his Homeowners Association (HOA).

Issues that top Mr. Jaeger’s list of concerns include:

  • Rejecting the culture of back-room deals and no-bid contracts by city hall
  • Preserving the residential characteristics of our neighborhoods by addressing residential recovery facilities (“sober living homes”)
  • Creating financial security and controls for the city budget to avoid an impending deficit
  • Opening city hall to be transparent and accountable to residents

Please click here to learn more about Joe Jaeger, candidate for Dana Point city council 2018 in the 1st district.

Dana Point Election Candidate Joe Jaeger District 1 2018

Mr. Jaeger has also contributed articles to DanaPointer.com regarding the financial status of the city’s budgets.

Map Dana Point District 1 election map
Dana Point District 1 shown in pink.

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Ross Teasley

A long-time Dana Pointer, technologist and publisher, I have been involved in several initiatives around Dana Point over the years ranging from environmental issues to civic planning. Fueled by coffee.

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