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Councilmember Alex Miller

amiller@ci.seaside.ca.us

(831) 899-6703

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A Seaside resident for nearly 20 years, Alex Miller ran in an uncontested race for City Council in the November 2022 general election. He was sworn in on Dec. 15, 2022, for a four-year term.


Miller says he developed his vision for Seaside by obtaining input from more than 100 residents located in various parts of the city, and that vision involves these goals:


• Working to keep the community safe.


• Working on completing the vision for a better Seaside.


• Working to make city agencies more responsive.


After completing his B.A. at CSU Monterey Bay, Miller earned his juris doctor degree at the Golden Gate University School of Law, and has worked in different fields of law including criminal law, securities fraud and immigration law. Since 2015, Miller has worked in Monterey County and Santa Cruz County schools as a substitute teacher and an independent studies teacher.


A long-time soccer referee and coach, volunteering in the community is essential to Miller. He has served on the Neighborhood Improvement Commission for the city of Seaside, and as chair of the Neighborhood Improvement Commission.

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On April 6, the Seaside City Council considered whether to censure Councilmember Alex Miller for social media comments regarding the vibrancy of Seaside’s downtown—or lack thereof.

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