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Candidates Forum for Nevada County Supervisor

Nevada County Supervisor Candidates shared their opinions about how to run the county at a League of Women voters Candidates Forum Monday night. Running for District 1 are incumbent Nate Beason, and challengers Sue McGuire and Al Bulf .

McGuire, who is an attorney and 6th generation Nevada County resident says she would focus on creating jobs and reducing regulation especially in the construction industry.
click to hear Sue McGuire

Supervisor Beason said he is also in favor of creating jobs as the county, which was heavily invested in real estate and construction, took a hit with the economic downturn. But he thinks reducing permits and fees would not be fair to everyone in the county.
click to hear Nate Beason

Beason says he will focus on Economic Development, reducing over reaching waste-water treatment regulations that increase costs to residents, and overturning a state responsibility area fire tax.

Candidate Al Bulf says he was involved in creating light rail in Sacramento and would work to bring light rail mass transit to Nevada County.
click to hear Al Bulf

Richard Anderson candidate for District 5 supervisor Truckee expressed his areas biggest concerns.
click to hear Richard Anderson

and Jedediah Biagi, a write in candidate for District 2, says he favors a fair medical marijuana growing ordinance.
click to hear Jed Biagi

Supervisor Ed Scofield is the incumbent in District 2 and did not attend the forum as he thought he was running unopposed when the forum was set up and had made another commitment for that evening.

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