Joe Yee For City Council http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com Mon, 30 Jan 2012 06:18:54 +0000 en hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3.1 Joe Yee Campaign Kick-off http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/joe-yee-campaign-kick-off/ http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/joe-yee-campaign-kick-off/#comments Mon, 30 Jan 2012 06:18:54 +0000 Mike http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/?p=177 Join Joe and supporters for his Campaign Kick-Off! Saturday, February 11, 2012 at 11am at 1990 3rd St # 500, Sacramento, CA. Joe’s campaign for City Council is going to very competitive, he will need your support to win. Come to the Kick-Off and learn how you can help Joe! After the Kick-Off volunteers will be hitting the streets and talking to voters.

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An Architect and Planner for 35 Years http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/an-architect-for-over-35-years/ http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/an-architect-for-over-35-years/#comments Sun, 29 Jan 2012 23:45:34 +0000 Mike http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/?p=147 Joe has been an architect and small business owner  in Sacramento for over 35 years. He and his firm have designed the renovation of schools, libraries and other Sacramento landmarks like the Memorial Auditorium. As chair of the Planning Commission and the Sacramento 2030 General Plan Committee, Joe understands how to build sustainable, neighborhood-oriented cities. Under his leadership Sacramento adopted a general plan with a vision that “every neighborhood will be a desirable place to live because of its walkable streets, extensive tree canopy, range of housing choices, mixed use neighborhood centers, great schools, parks and recreation facilities, and easy access to Downtown and jobs.

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Sacramento: Joe’s Home For All 61 Years http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/sacramento-joes-home-for-all-61-years/ http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/sacramento-joes-home-for-all-61-years/#comments Fri, 27 Jan 2012 23:37:11 +0000 Mike http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/?p=135 Joe has called Sacramento home for all 61 years of his life. He attended Washington and Newton Booth Elementary Schools, Sutter Junior High School and graduated from McClatchy High School. Joe and his wife Daphne of 36 years have lived in the same Land Park home since 1976. They have two grown children who attended neighborhood schools and still live in District 4

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Joe Fills City Council Vacancy in 2000 http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/joe-fills-city-council-vacancy-in-2000/ http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/joe-fills-city-council-vacancy-in-2000/#comments Thu, 26 Jan 2012 23:40:29 +0000 Mike http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/?p=138 After the death of Mayor Joe Serna in 2000, then-Councilmember Jimmie Yee was appointed to serve as Mayor and creating a vacancy on the City Council. Joe was appointed by the City Council to fill that vacancy and served as the Councilmember representing District 4.

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Community Improvements Throughout the City http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/community-improvements-throughout-the-city/ http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/community-improvements-throughout-the-city/#comments Wed, 25 Jan 2012 23:45:53 +0000 Mike http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/?p=150 During his time on the City Council, Joe’s work included hosting a community forum on the future of the Zoo, improvements to 15th and 16th Street under Highway 80, planning for the Broadway business area, the design and construction of the Southside Park Community Center, the installation of traffic calming measures on Vallejo Way, the installation of landscape median on Freeport Boulevard, the fencing surrounding the Old Cemetery, Regional Transit bus service for Pocket/Greenhaven students.

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Joe Yee To Run for Sacramento City Council http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/joe-yee-to-run-for-sacramento-city-council/ http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/joe-yee-to-run-for-sacramento-city-council/#comments Mon, 16 Jan 2012 19:43:06 +0000 Mike http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/?p=110 Sacramento, CA “With strong encouragement from many in the neighborhood and city I greatly respect, I have decided to run for the District 4 seat on the Sacramento City Council.”

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Planning Commission Chair Joins District 4 Council Race http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/planning-commission-chair-yee-joins-district-4-council-race/ http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/planning-commission-chair-yee-joins-district-4-council-race/#comments Mon, 16 Jan 2012 17:49:42 +0000 Mike http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/?p=104 Photo by: Melissa Corker

Photo by: Melissa Corker

Local architect and Planning Commission chairman Joe Yee announced his run for the District 4 City Council seat Monday, bringing the number of candidates vying for current City Councilman Rob Fong’s seat to three.

Yee, 61, said he decided to run for City Council because he feels he can help the city move forward.

Continue reading at the Sacramento Press…

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Joe Yee Running to Return to Sacramento City Council http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/joe-yee-running-to-return-to-sacramento-city-council/ http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/joe-yee-running-to-return-to-sacramento-city-council/#comments Mon, 16 Jan 2012 17:43:24 +0000 Mike http://joeyeeforcitycouncil.com/?p=100 2000: Sacramento City Council

2000: Sacramento City Council

Another former councilman is making a run to reclaim his seat a decade after leaving office.

Joe Yee, who served on the council for seven months in 2000, announced this week that he will enter the race for the District 4 seat being left vacant by Councilman Rob Fong.

Yee, an architect and the chair of the city’s planning commission, was appointed by the City Council to represent District 4 in 2000 when Jimmie Yee was named mayor following the death of Mayor Joe Serna Jr. Jimmie Yee was the area’s councilman before and after Joe Yee held the seat (the two men are not related).

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