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Elections 2012: Robert Lobron, Candidate for Lafayette City Council

Lafayette resident Robert Lobron is running for one of three seats open on the city council.

General Information

Name : Robert Lobron
Age : NA
Place of residence : Lafayette

Education

College

Attended college : Yes
College : Temple University
Degree : BA
Year of graduation : NA

Grad school

College : University of San Francisco
Degree : Masters in Business Administration
Year of graduation : NA
Employment Information

Job titles held : Executive Director, Financial Planning
Employers : National Facilities Services

Political Information

Party affiliation : NA
Running for a: Local office
Running for position: Lafayette City Council
Chamber/district:
Incumbent: No
Previous elective offices : NA
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : None

Party HQ

Address

Campaign Manager

Name : Committee to Elect Robert Lobron
Title : Campaign Manager

URLs

Website : NA
Facebook : Committee to Elect Robert Lobron

Other facts

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lovelafayette September 21, 2012 at 10:24 PM
You expressed concern about anonymous trolls after RL, just reassuring you.
lovelafayette September 24, 2012 at 06:30 PM
Commissioner Lobron: Refer to fire picture above. Please comment on our 2012 summer series of fires in the Lafayette Community Park, including the one yesterday (9/23/12) that burned into the property of Burton Valley Elementary School. What have you done as Parks Commissioner to improve the safety and security of the natural areas of the park? Recommendations going forward?
lovelafayette October 12, 2012 at 03:53 PM
Lobron's facebook page is not meant for dialogue, I posted and within an hour my post was deleted. He deleted his Patch candidate's statement to delete my comment, although a supporter blamed "TROLLS." Lobron has a track record as Commissioner of not respecting the first amendment and disrespecting residents who disagree with PTRC actions. His recent Patch and Facebook strategy should be a warning to us that he intends to follow through if elected to Council. No reason to vote for him, many reasons to JUST SAY NO LOBRON.
Regular Guy October 21, 2012 at 10:56 PM
Robert, what if anything will you do to resist the pressure by MTC, ABAG, and other unelected quasi-governments promoting high-density housing in Lafayette? Will you join other cities fighting them? Will you refuse their money? In all the candidates' websites and statements, I have only found one candidate, Traci Reilly, who even hinted at this crucial issue: "I believe we need to maintain greater local control of that growth and to stand up to outside agencies that are a driving force behind some of the development." I wish we had 3 candidates who would pledge to fight MTA and ABAG to the bitter end, until the state's voters wake up and terminate those unaccountable agencies.
KFrances October 21, 2012 at 11:37 PM
We should not take ABAG/MTC money. Please stop.

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