New Face for Oceanside Council

By Suzann Demmon in the NC Times on October 14, 2012

There's a new face in Oceanside politics, a smart and informed woman by the name of
Dana Corso. She's running for Oceanside City Council as an ally of Mayor Wood. In the
candidate debates I have attended, she has shined above her opponents Jack Feller
and H. "Chip" Dykes. She's well-versed on the issues and composed.

She was a major force in organizing neighborhoods to defeat Proposition E, endorsed by
Feller, Jerry Kern, Gary Felien and Dykes, to get rid of rent control in mobile-home parks.
She came out strongly in defense of seniors, veterans and their widows, who would have
been harmed by losing rent control.

She cares about the environment and other quality-of-life issues in Oceanside too. She
strongly opposes turning Gregory Canyon into a dump and threatening the city's water
supply. What will happen to businesses here if they can't get clean water to operate?

She also opposes the Melrose extension, Rancho del Oro interchange and the widening
of College Boulevard. These wasteful projects would do great harm and result in people
losing their homes and land.

Dana Corso is intelligent and compassionate. She's a real leader.
Vote for her for Oceanside City Council