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Polls Open 6 a.m. - 7 p.m.

November 3, 2008

I will be at Forest Grove Elementary School from six a.m. to 7 p.m. with short breaks throughout the day. I will be giving out a report on efforts to fight crime in Sterling. My staff and volunteers will be at the other Polling places, so look for them and give them any messages or tasks for me to perform. Thank you.

>>>Weather Tuesday

Tomorrow: Cloudy with occasional showers. High 67F. Winds ENE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 80%. So I will be wearing a raincoat.

POLLS OPEN SIX AM. TO 7 P.M. TUESDAY NOV. 4

>>> VOTE NO ON THE MEALS TAX

You have the opportunity to vote "yes" or "no" on increasing your taxes on all prepared foods. As supervisor, I voted against the meals tax when it was proposed. As a citizen, I urge you to vote "no" this Tuesday. I believe you are overtaxed and the government spends your money like it belongs to them. I believe a big "no" vote will send a message that the government needs to cut more and spend less.

>>> FRANK WOLF WORKS HARD FOR STERLING

As I have told you dozens of times in recent months, Sterling needed resources from every corner of government at the local, state and federal levels. I needed quick responses.

I have heard from many and I am grateful to the citizens and law enforcement support and line officers who are responding to this call and continue to respond by their service and by their public enthusiasm for their job.

One man wrote a letter in response to my pleas for help stated on all 3 television news channels. He offered everything at his disposal and was open to ideas on how he can help with fighting the gang and violent crime issue. And he wrote the entire board of supervisors. I responded as soon as possible and set a date for his visit overnight.. That man is Frank Wolf.

Frank Wolf rushed to Sterling and stated over and over again: "No one should live in fear".

>>> YOU HEAR FREQUENTLY FROM ME.

I can tell you and do tell you frequently how I stay on certain issues and projects no matter what. Frank Wolf has been that kind of person on fighting crime in this region. He will not allow Sterling to live in fear. And he is someone who does not rest until order is restored here.

Most of all he cares. I thank you for caring and I thank Frank Wolf for caring about Sterling. I thank you for fighting for Sterling, and I thank Frank Wolf for fighting for Sterling.

>>> WHERE WILL DELGAUDIO BE ON E-DAY 2008

What: Delgaudio

When: Election Day Six AM to 7 p.m. (with lunch break 11 to 12 noon)

Where: Forest Grove Elementary School

Why: To hand voters an invite and progress report on fighting crime.

>>>>Sterling Sheriff Substation Groundbreaking

WHEN: Thursday, November 6th at 1PM

WHAT: Groundbreaking Ceremony for the much-anticipated Sheriff Substation in Sterling. There will be free cookies for all attendees.

WHERE: The groundbreaking site is next to Rolling Ridge Elementary School on E. Frederick Dr. in Sterling.

The Sterling Sheriff Substation is the only new county facility being built in the budget thanks to your calls for action.

If you can, please come to the groundbreaking to keep up support for this Substation. The new commander, Ricky Frye, is anxious to meet you and address your questions privately. Thank you.

>>>Clean up planned on Sterling Boulevard November 8

Sterling Boulevard Cleanup, Saturday, November 8, 9 a.m. to noon. Volunteers needed. Meet at Park View Recycling Center (400 W Laurel Ave.) to receive orange bags, safety vests, and instructions. Please bring gloves.

>>>SCOUTING FOR FOOD IN STERLING

100s of Cub scouts and Boy scouts went to most every door in Sterling and delivered "scouting for food" flyers and bags last Saturday. Please use that bag and put some more bags of food out next Saturday -the scouts will be back to your door Saturday November 8, 9 a.m. to pick up donations of canned and packaged foods for redistribution to neighbors in need.

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