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City of Menlo ParkCandidate for Council Member, Council District 3

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Max Fennell

Small Business Owner
446 votes (15.24%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Rent restrictions on rent increases and real affordable housing, Increase housing from converted office buildings
  • Creating initiatives and agendas that provide equal opportunities for all through support of small businesses and diversity training of our police department
  • Climate change, Having more housing around transit hubs and alternative transportation traveling routes, highlighted bike/e-bike lanes, Push for strong climate agenda items to reach Carbon Neutral by 2030



Profession:Small Business owner Professional Triathlete
CEO, Fenn Coffee (2018–current)
Professional Triathlete, self (2014–current)

Community Activities

Spokesperson and fund raiser, Tri Master youth programs (2016–current)
CHADD CHampions, Spokesperson for ADHD individuals, CHADD (2010–current)
Advisory Member USA Triathlon Diversity Equity & Inclusion Group, USA Triathlon (2020–current)

Questions & Answers

Questions from League of Women Voters of California and Elect Justice CA (2)


Does your office have any plans to include currently or formerly incarcerated people in your decision-making process as it relates to criminal justice issues? What would that look like?

No answer provided.
With 8,000 people eligible for release from CA prisons to help stem the transmission of COVID-19, how, if at all, would your office aid these Californians and their families in navigating reentry?
Answer from Max Fennell:

I think we should be helping these indiviuals get jobs. I also think we should be screen these folks for any public service works jobs that are vacant. I really would like to see us tapping into this population for forrest cleaning services funded by local governements to get thse folks jobs.

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