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Sabatino has courage, common sense

 As Mayor, Carmen Sabatino did not raise water rates because it was not necessary, balanced four budgets, spent less than city revenues, collected past due developer fees, cut $90 thousand dollars a year in newspaper advertising, and used the money to provide for public safety.  How about that!

Todd Aaronson's Perfect Storm Becomes Forecaster's Nightmare

To Todd Aaronson, it must have seemed like the perfect storm, with prevailing winds in his favor. For months on end he’d used his expertise at marketing to take the pulse and temperature of Modesto’s District Three, the bloc carved out by the City’s decision to adopt district elections. He’d acquired an “A” list of endorsements no one else could hope to match. Best of all, his opponent wasn’t an incumbent, at least not in the usual sense.

City Council Candidate: Carmen Sabatino for District 3

You are invited to join with City Council Candidate Carmen Sabatino tomorrow, Saturday, for good food, music and fellowship.

It’s Mr. Sabatino’s birthday … and he is having a party at the Mediterranean Market and Grill at 421 McHenry.

Stop by and visit – enjoy the food and music. It all starts at 6 in the morning and lasts until 9 in the evening.

 

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$15 million

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Local News Talk for the Central Valley
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August 22, 2008

The Sabatino Report

If the City of Modesto had matched the $15 million dollar gift to the Gallo Performing Arts by Stanislaus County and Ray Simon, they would not be facing financial problems.

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Could gross sales in downtown Modesto be down by $19 million?

The Morning Mayor
Local News Talk for the Central Valley
KMPH 840 AM The Patriot
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Daily
(209) 527 8484

August 21, 2008

The Sabatino Report

Could gross sales in downtown Modesto be down by $19 million?

Judy Sly has too much to apologize for

The Morning Mayor
Local News Talk for the Central Valley
KMPH 840 AM The Patriot
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Daily
(209) 527 8484

August 20, 2008

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Judy Sly has too much to apologize for

Her resignation would be beneficial for the community and McClatchy

The author of the letter below does not know any better but opinion editor Judy Sly is not “civil” by her own words.

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Posted on Sun, Aug. 17, 2008

A letter to Carmen Sabatino

What's going on

The Morning Mayor
Local News Talk for the Central Valley
KMPH 840 AM The Patriot
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Daily
(209) 527 8484

August 19, 2008

The Sabatino Report

What’s going on?

This morning, the cast of characters who support the transportation sales tax.

What happened to the “phantom” transportation tax?

Who will control the money? We will talk about the proposal the supporters want you to vote on.

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