I have known Mike Donovan years before he ran for city council. I was happy to support him during his first term as he has the passion and integrity that is needed in our community. As a commissioner and chair of the Historic Resource Commission, I have experienced first hand his thoughtful and intelligent council that are paramount in making decisions that affect our city’s historic relevance. Coronado will be well served with another four years with Mike!
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