Daniel Goldberg Enters Race for Camarillo City Council Following Up on His Candidacy for Supervisor Last Election

Camarillo, CA – Daniel Goldberg, a resident and business professional from Camarillo, has submitted paperwork to the Camarillo City Clerk to get on the November ballot. Goldberg is running for one of three City Council seats up for election. The seats are currently held by Mike Morgan, Jan McDonald, and Charlotte Craven, all long term incumbents.

Two years ago, Goldberg ran for county supervisor and hopes to take the experiences learned during that election and apply them here.

Goldberg’s platform includes improving traffic in the city, bringing new businesses to the city, making Camarillo tech friendly, and investing more in the city Library.

“Everyone knows that traffic is a big problem facing our city. With all the new housing, there are going to be that many more cars. The Council needs to create a commission that will solely be focused on alleviating congestion on our city streets. If the Council wants to keep building then they’re going to have to invest a lot more into our streets and traffic flow,” said Goldberg.

As with every election for Camarillo City Council, there is a crowded field of candidates. All incumbents have filed paperwork to run for reelection along with several newcomers.

Goldberg said “the biggest problem every election is too many candidates. This year looks to be the same. Camarillo is begging for new ideas and that’s supported by the two term-limit measures on the ballot. We need new energy up on the dais who will listen to the residents of the City. I always hear that people are tired of all the new housing going up, so what’s the city do, build more housing. Doesn’t sound like they’re listening to the residents to me.”

Goldberg has a bachelor’s degree from San Diego State University and is currently in last year of law school at Southern California Institute of Law (Ventura, CA). He lives in Camarillo with his wife and daughter.

Visit www.danielgoldbergforcamarillo.com for more information.

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