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Peter Amundson: 2010 City Council campaign

The following blog posts are from the 2010 City Council election campaign.

Submitted Feb. 23:

I would like to invite Arcadians to my Campaign kick off rally this Sunday February 28th from 3-5 pm at the Arcadia Women’s club, 324 S. First Ave, downtown Arcadia.

Peter Amundson

Refreshments will be served and yard signs given out.

Special guests former NFL Football player and candidate for Secretary of State Damon Dunn and Retired State Senator Dick Mountjoy.

For more information on Peter Amundson, please see

Application statement filed with City Clerk’s office:

Peter Amundson Age: 50 Occupation: City Councilman/Businessman

Re-elect Peter Amundson!

Peter was born and raised in Arcadia and he chose Arcadia as the place to own a home and raise his family.

Arcadia was voted the best city in California to raise kids. Peter helped make that happen.

Peter Amundson is President of his own successful business and earned a degree from UCLA specializing in State and Local Government. He brought a common sense approach to city hall.

Peter’s priorities are simple:

Public Safety comes first: Peter worked to add police, close massage parlors and strip clubs, keep slot machines out of Santa Anita, prohibit marijuana dispensaries and keep sex offenders out.

It’s your money: Peter treats dollarts like the hard earned money that it is. He fights waste and tax increases.

Traffic problems are being solved: Peter supports reducing traffic congestion by street widening, enhanced traffic light technology and better emforcement.

Invest in Youth: Peter Amundson has worked with schools, the library/museum and the community to keep Arcadia a great place for youth. He has spent over 25 years volunteering and serving youth through the KARE Youth League.

Contact Peter at or 626-446-1663

Keep Arcadia Great! Re-Elect Peter Amundson.

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