The Coronado Chamber of Commerce was delighted to welcome the 4 candidates working for Coronado Metropolis Council to a socially-distanced discussion board on the Coronado Unified College District’s board room on Monday, October twelfth.
Two components set this discussion board aside. One, the questions had been very a lot themed round Coronado companies and our hospitality business. Two, this was the one in-person discussion board of the candidates’ election cycle.
It was a pleasure to see Mike Donovan, John Duncan, Tim Rohan and Casey Tanaka work together and current such convincing circumstances for his or her seat on Metropolis Council. Everybody arrived carrying masks and solely eliminated them as soon as they had been seated at their particular person tables, dealing with their poised moderator Hayley Beard, a Coronado Chamber Board Member and Director at Edward Jones in Coronado.
Questions ranged from, “Please present an instance of the way you personally promote Store Native Store Coronado” to, “In gentle of Covid-19, what adjustment must be undertaken to help the Coronado enterprise neighborhood?”
Candidates made glorious factors, together with the truth that Coronado companies and residents could be one and the identical, as so many Orange Avenue eating places and retail are domestically owned and operated. There was additionally a name to create extra range in Coronado’s procuring expertise so that there’s extra to supply residents.
The Chamber’s Membership & Occasions Supervisor Rena Clancy labored with Kami McElligott, Government Assistant to the Superintendent/Board on the CUSD, to rearrange the situation and recording of the discussion board and now you can watch the 72-minute video by clicking this hyperlink to the Coronado Chamber web site:
Government Director Sue Gillingham famous that the discussion board proved to be illuminating for residents and companies alike. “I might encourage everybody to observe the video previous to voting for his or her selection of two Coronado Metropolis Council members on November 3rd.”