featured graphic for the campaign of Randy Hill for Los Alamitos City Council, District 5

Randy Hill is running for Los Alamitos City Council in District 5

Candidate Statement

Diana and I moved to Los Alamitos in 1992 with two sons nearing school age. Our goal was a great school district in a safe community. We found that and much more. Upon meeting a neighbor, I found myself on the Board of Los Alamitos Youth Baseball for 11 years and I have served this community ever since.

I currently serve as a Traffic Commissioner, Rotarian, St. Isidore Board Member and LAEF Board Emeritus after serving on that board for 9 years. These connect me with an amazing and diverse group and I am honored to work with them.

As a real estate broker and resident of the Highlands, I host an annual Easter Egg Hunt, provide an ice cream truck for each new school year, place flags at every home for July 4th, and help co-sponsor Concerts in the Park.

Diana and I were honored to be Heroes of the Heart for our school district in 2009 and Los Alamitos Museum’s 2012 Citizens of the Year.

I am running for City Council because I believe I can bring my diverse local experience to foster relationships and give back to the community that means so much to our family.

Platform

As your newly elected council member, I will continue the city’s focus on the budget to address community improvements and pension’s long-term impact on our city. There is a plan in place to pay off unfunded pensions, thanks to the support of voters for the increased sales tax. Keeping the focus on the proper management of those additional funds will remain a focus on our long-term financial health.

Public safety is key with a fully staffed police force. We are finally fully staffed with 25 officers, a canine unit, a school resource officer, and a motorcycle officer. I will support a fully staffed police department moving forward.

We will also continue our capital improvements projects providing quality infrastructure, including good roads and parks for the citizens of our city.

I will also fight for local control so we can address the needs of our constituents. We need to get Sacramento to understand that unfunded mandates create an unnecessary burden on our city. State-mandated housing requires us to create almost 800 new homes in our city. That will need to be handled carefully with the cooperation of our neighboring communities.

I strongly support our current city manager and staff, engaged residents, and cherished small-town feel. Together, we get things done!

Who am I?

I am a devoted husband, father of two terrific sons, and grandfather of four who values family greatly.

Over the years, I have served my community in many ways and I look forward to continuing that tradition.

I am a local real estate broker who has lived in Rossmoor Highlands since 1992.

I enjoy several sports, including tennis, softball, snow skiing, and golf.

I love to be funny, at least in my own mind.

Travel is very important to Diana and me. We have been very fortunate to see some amazing places and we look forward to seeing many more. There is so much to see and each destination expands our worldview.

The article and photo above were released by Randy Hill, candidate for Los Alamitos City Council District 5. The map below is courtesy of the City of Los Alamitos.
The final adopted map of voting districts, based on the 2020 US Census, for the City of Los Alamitos. Courtesy graphic.
The final adopted map of voting districts, based on the 2020 US Census, for the City of Los Alamitos. Courtesy graphic.

6 Comments

  1. Yes!!!! Go, Randy!!!!

  2. This man is a great candidate! I have known him for years and wasn’t too surprised he decided to run knowing his commitment to the community.

    1. Thanks James.
      Do you mind if I put this on my website?

      1. Of course, I should have gone on about your integrity as we experienced it with multiple real estate transactions for my family and, more importantly the truth that you are only doing this for the benefit of the community you already have a long record of service to.

  3. I’ve known Randy Hill and his family for 25 years. First as a PONY League Coach, Successful Businessman and Community Organizer.

    Randy is Solid as they come. Patriotic, Humble and always generous with his time & effort. Randy will give 100% to the Local Community and City Council.

    1. Thank you very much Steve!
      Do you mind if I use that on my website?

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