Made In Union City
Scott Sakakihara has deep roots in Union City. He and his brother spent their childhoods playing in our public parks, taking swim lessons at Logan, and spending hours in classes and camps at Holly Center and Kennedy Center. He met his wife, Melinda, at Pioneer Elementary School, received a great public education, and went on to become a Harvard-trained lawyer and Navy Reservist, thanks to the opportunities created in Union City.
Now, Scott and Melinda are raising their son and daughter in Union City, and Scott is running for City Council, District 4 to help preserve what’s great about Union City while making progress on our toughest challenges in a way that lifts everyone up and provides opportunities for future generations to thrive.SCOTT’S STORY
“Serving on the Planning Commission, I have helped local government solve real-life problems. I believe that leaders need to listen, bring people together, and act with conviction.”
Real Solutions to Tough Challenges
Union City is a great place to live, but we’re living in the epicenter of a housing crisis, small businesses were struggling even before the pandemic, low wage workers have needed extra help for too long, and we must continue providing excellent public services. This is a critical time to address our toughest challenges.
THE HOUSING AND TRANSPORTATION CRISIS
SUPPORTING LOCAL JOBS AND SMALL BUSINESSES
REAL CLIMATE ACTION CAN’T WAIT
INVESTING IN PUBLIC SERVICES
MAINTAINING PARKS AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
FISCALLY ACCOUNTABLE COMMUNITY INVESTMENTS
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