Thursday, January 21, 2021

Council Candidates on Current Issues in 10-Second Tuesday

Updated October 25, 2020 - Week 7 has been added.

10-second Tuesday and 10-second Thursday are the names of a series of short videos produced by Brad Willis and originally created for Coronado’s “The 92118” Facebook group. In the videos, candidates for this year’s Coronado City Council and CUSD Board elections answer questions on current issues.

New city council candidate videos will be added here as they are published. Find the CUSD board candidate videos here.

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Thank you to the candidates Mike Donovan, John Duncan, Tim Rohan, Casey Tanaka for participating.

10-Second Tuesday Week 1: What is Your Top Priority?

20-Second Tuesday Week 2: Cross-Border Sewage

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Summarize your position on the cross-border sewage pollution issue.

20-Second Tuesday Week 3: Regional Housing Needs Assessment

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SANDAG has mandated more than 900 new housing units be built in Coronado over the next decade in its RHNA. The current city council has vigorously fought this decision, but its appeal has been denied. Where do you stand on this issue?

40-Second Tuesday Week 4: The Pandemic

Throughout the country, communities are politically divided and at odds with one another over the pandemic and how it should be responded to… and Coronado is no exception. What is your position and how would you seek to reunite our community?

40-Second Tuesday Week 5: Racial Bias & Lack of Diversity

Recent marches and stories of racism in our schools and community have elevated the issue of racial bias and lack of diversity in Coronado. Are you concerned about this and, if so, how would you strive to develop a more racially inclusive and equitable community?

40-Second Tuesday Week 6: Skills & Experience

What specific skills and experience make you uniquely qualified to serve on the City Council?

40-Second Tuesday Week 7: Tourism

Does Coronado need to continue spending city funds and partnering with organizations to increase tourism? If so, why, and should residents have a say on how any advertising money is spent?


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Originally from upstate New York, Dani Schwartz has lived in Coronado since 1996. She is thrilled to call Coronado home and raise her two children here. In her free time enjoys hitting the gym, reading, and walking her dog around the “island.” Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: