Archive for September, 2012


Lewis receives broad-based endorsements

Elizabeth Lewis, Vice Mayor of Atherton and the only incumbent running for one of two seats on the Atherton City Council, has received a notable degree of bi-partisan support.  While Elizabeth is a registered Republican, been endorsed by Virginia Chang Kiraly and the San Mateo County Republican Party, Vice Mayor Lewis has won recognition and […]

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Lewis receives endorsement from the Atherton Police Officers Association

Vice Mayor Elizabeth Lewis is very pleased and honored to announce that she received the endorsement of the Atherton Police Officers’ Association today, in her bid for re-election to the Atherton City Council.  In a message from John Mattes, VP, APOA, APOA PAC Board Member, he wrote: The Atherton Police Officers’ Association is pleased to […]

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Traffic Safety Coordinator Meets with Elizabeth Lewis

Elizabeth Lewis met with Kathy Schrenk, the Menlo Park City School District Traffic Safety Coordinator, to discuss improving bike safety for students attending Laurel, Encinal, Oak Knoll and Hillview schools.  Under consideration is the formation of a new council-approved Bike Safety Committee, which may qualify for special county or state funds to help Atherton improve […]

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Candidate & Incumbent Elizabeth Lewis Launches Campaign

Elizabeth Lewis, current Vice Mayor of Atherton, held a reception at her home on Sunday, September 9th, to announce her campaign for re-election to the Atherton City Council. A crowd of an estimated 35 to 40 people arrived to mingle, talk and lend their early support.  Among those in attendance were former Atherton mayors, James […]

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Elizabeth Lewis on the Job

Atherton Vice Mayor, Elizabeth Lewis, attended the League of Cities Annual Conference in San Diego, California, where she spent time in training and other information sessions held for local leaders.  Among the important things that are gained are better familiarity and understanding of Robert’s Rules of Order and the Brown Act. Here Vice Mayor Lewis […]

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