Roisin Russo has been elected Mayor of Santa Ramona Valley by a two-to-one majority over her opponent, Manny Moore.
Miss Russo said “I am delighted. It’s an honor and a joy to be elected as Mayor of this wonderful city of Santa Ramona, by so many people who care so passionately about our city.
“In my campaign I promised that 'We expect more, and we demand more. Think of the Future.' and more is exactly what I will deliver. More employment that is easier to access. More community involvement with cleaning up the city and green city projects. More action against drugs and the related crimes on the street.
“Our city needs us. We have a job to do. I truly believe that. And I am ready. To clean up this city and think of the future, for us, our children and all the generations to come. We have a big job ahead of us, but together we can rise to the challenge.”
Miss Russo also thanked her opponent for the good campaign.
Manny Moore congratulated her on her victory, saying “She will serve our city...
It is believed that mayoral candidate Manny Moore may be in hospital after being stabbed.
Sheriff Jade Ramirez has confirmed to the Chronicles in an interview that her department was investigating a stabbing incident on Friday involving two victims. She refused to identify their names, but said that the Sheriff’s Department was investigating.
However, a source from within the Santa Ramona General Hospital said that a man resembling Manny Moore was brought into the hospital having been stabbed. The identity of the second victim is still not known.
Manny Moore is running for mayor for the second time, having come a close second to Dimitri Rousseau in the last election.
It is not known whether the stabbing has anything to do with his candidature.
However, this may be the second attempted murder of a politician in Santa Ramona this year, following the shooting of then-Governor Jay Stone last February.
Because of this, the Chronicles is taking steps to minimize the information we publ...
The SRV Electoral Commission has announced the names of the candidates for the post of Mayor in the coming election. They are:
Roisin Russo - Think of The Future , Vote Roisin Russo, Make A Difference.
Manny Moore - Build Moore Together.
Lillian Llewellyn - Take Pride.
Because, due to a technical problem, the official announcement of the candidates has been delayed, the Electoral Commission has changed the dates of the election. It will now take place from June 9 through June 11 at 9am.
The mayoral debates will take place on June 5 at 4pm, as previously announced.
The Chronicles will publish interviews with each of the candidates during the campaigning period.
This proposal was not included in the first batch. The mistake was due to computer glitch when the file was uploaded. We apologize for any confusion this created.
Remember, citizen comments for proposals submitted for City Council approval can be sent to City Hall. (Drop a NC on Sarina Jade (Madison Munro) ) The City Council is meeting on Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. SLT.
Proposal 4 submitted by Lieutenant Azariah Brentt of SRPD:
Since June this year there have been to date 1 murder in the of the sewers of this city, plus 3 kidnap victims have been taken down there, 2 or 3 people have been held and tortured down there. There is evidence of an illegal fight club, being operated in an abandoned room in the sewer systems. We have also found evidence of animal sacrifice and/or occult rituals taking place down there. These sewers are out of sight of the public and Law Enforcement are clearly being used for illegal and nefarious purposes.
In an effort to better communicate with citizens, the SRV City Council will be posting proposals that are being presented at their monthly council meeting held on September 15, 2019 at 5:00 pm SLT. Citizens may send comments to City Hall in regards to these proposals. These comments will be read into the record and will be taken into consideration as the council members debate the proposals. (Give Notecard statement to Sarina Jade (Madison Munro) )
Proposal 1 submitted by Chief Rousseau of the Fire Department:
The following contains a report made by the councilman and a suggested proposal based off the report: Council man Rousseau visited the Dam site and the Dam engineer and Mr Rousseau were able to go over the entire structure.. It would seem that due to seismic activity, the city Dam does have a few cracks in the walls.Councilman Rousseau attached some documented evidence of this in this report here below:
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The Mayor requested that all city departments and concerned citizen give her detailed proposals of initiatives they would like to see. The Santa Ramona Chronicle got their hands on a copy of what the police department sent to the Mayor. It follows in it's entirety here.
i) Mental Health Support
Background to proposal: A Police Federation survey of 17,000 officers in 2016 showed an alarming set of statistics around mental health of officers, with 39% seeking help with mental health issues. More than a quarter of officers who have taken sick leave attributed it to stress, depression or anxiety, while 65% said they still went to work even though they felt they should’t have because of the state of their mental wellbeing.
Eight of out 10 police officers suffer with symptoms of depression and anxiety due to being overworked, stress, and constant fear for their lives, these officers are at much greater risk of...
In the spirit of professional journalism this reporter bit the burger and went to each.
The burger at Wolfe's arrived hot from the grill. It was thick and juicy despite being cooked beyond the medium rare requested. The fries however arrived so over salted they were almost inedible. I was told that the chef was having a bad day and the fries were replaced with good ones as the first mention of displeasure. Admittedly Wolfe's is a tavern first and foremost so salty food, which encourages patrons to drink more, makes sense. Overall rating: B
Juan's 1 Stop Drive In is one of two retro places on our burger tour. Located at Pacific and grand you can drive right up and eat in the...