With the resignation of Paul Raver, City Council has an opportunity to appoint someone with expert management experience File PhotoPaul Valenzuela and family. ■ By Galen hammerle / Columnist Paul Valenzuela was an excellent candidate for Hemet City Council, District 4, on the Nov. 8 ballot, competing against an incumbent mayor. The Valley Chronicle Editorial Board unanimously endorsed him to serve on the Council. After the election, we learned Paul Valenzuela received 45 percent of the vote, making him a very strong runner-up. Recently, Councilman Paul Raver resigned leaving an open seat on the Council. His vacant seat may be filled without the Council holding a new election, an expense the
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