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November 8, 2016 — California General Election
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Special District

Mission Hills Community Services DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Steve Dietrich

consulting developer, major projects / former guest lecturer UCLA Anderson School
918 votes (25.67%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Provide quality services to residents of the district at the most affordable costs
  • Implement sound strategies to mantain and improve the facilities so as to avoid unforseen maintenance and regulatory costs
  • Protect the customers investment in their homes through responsible operation of the CSD

Experience

Experience

Profession:consulting developer, major projects / former guest lecturer UCLA Anderson School
Commissioner, City of Lompoc - Airport Commisson — Appointed position (2015–current)
Consultant - Real Estate Operations, Southern California Counseling Center — Appointed position (2008–current)
President, Financial Research Group / SHDietrich & Company (1980–2015)
Guest Lecturer Urban Land Economics/Entrepreneurial Real Estate Development, University of California at Los Angeles, Graduate School of Business (1997–2005)
Mission Pilot, Civil Air Patrol — Appointed position (1971–1974)

Education

Harvard University Graduate School of Business MBA , Finance / Business (1965)
UCLA BS Integrated Management , Management / Business (1963)

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