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Jason Scorse – Court
In light of the recent Supreme Court decisions, Jason Scorse warns, "Don't let them fool you." Photo courtesy Phung Touch.
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The Salinas City Council is as the policy-making and legislative body of the city of Salinas. The mayor serves a two-year term and the six councilmembers serve four-year staggered terms. The council seeks guidance from Salinas residents to carry out their duties. Toward that end, the council has formed a number of boards, commissions, and committees that study various issues and make recommendations.
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The city of Salinas has seen a shift in its decision-making in the past couple of years, with sometimes two distinct blocs. In 2020, voters elected three young Latinos: Anthony Rocha, Carla Viviana González and Orlando Osornio, who were all…
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