JANET CHANDLER FOR SUPERVISOR


 

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION


4th Generation Californian

Raised in an agricultural family in Southern California

Shasta County resident for 24 years

Married for 50 years

Two grown sons and four grandchildren

EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION


Bachelor of Science in Social Science
from Cal Poly, Pomona

30 units of math and accounting
from Cal State, Stanislaus

Secondary Teaching Credential for English
and Social Science from Cal State, Chico

ORGANIZATIONS and ACTIVITIES

In the several decades of my life, I have developed a wide range of experience, interests, skills and talents, and am prepared to put them to effective use in representing District Three on the Shasta County Board of Supervisors.

Information coordinator for the Intermountain Info Patriots

Director for Burney Performing and Visual Arts

Developer and coordinator of Burney High School Senior Projects


Developer of Burney High School School-to-Career Projects

Burney High School drama and Fall Play director for 12 years

Gamma Alpha Eta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi - past treasurer, vice president and president

AAUW - past treasurer

Howard Jarvis Tax Association

Coalition of Energy Users

Association of American Educators

Aircraft Owners and Pilots' Association - Private Pilot Certification


RATIONALE FOR SEEKING OFFICE

After having attended meetings, conferences, seminars and planning sessions, I have identified several issues of particular concern which I have described on my Issues page.  It became clear that Shasta County, and District 3 in particular, were not being adequately represented by the current Board of Supervisors.

My family's agricultural business was destroyed by county taxes and regulations and I see the same intrusions now happening in Shasta County.

I want to create a county, state and environment that provides a viable economy to provide jobs and opportunities for our most precious and valuable resources: our children.  Both of my sons and their families have left the North State for areas where there are jobs available, despite the fact that both of them have earned Master's Degrees.

We need for the board to undergo a shift in thinking to more closely reflect the ideas and viewpoints of the people they are supposed to represent.

Listening to the people is mandatory, but it doesn't go far enough.  A good representative offers new ideas, different perspectives, and an enticing vision for her constituents.  Arising challenges require creative resolutions and answers to our problems.