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Special District

Santa Cruz County Port DistrictCandidate for Commissioner

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Lenny Hewitt

Retired Maintenance Employee
8,467 votes (9.07%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Help restore the sense of community to the harbor.
  • Respect and endeavor to improve the marine environment.
  • Review harbor financials with an eye to eliminating unneeded costs and unwanted fees.

Experience

Experience

Profession:Retired harbor employee
Employee, Santa Cruz Harbor (1988–2011)
Electrician, Johnson Engineering (1987–1988)
Carpenter and electrician, Kurlicki Construction (1985–1987)
Math Analyst, TRW Systems (1967–1982)
Meteorologist, U.S. Navy (1961–1967)

Biography

For more than 20 years Lenny worked in the Santa Cruz harbor. He built docks, maintained, improved and expanded harbor infrastructure, worked on electrical systems and more. Lenny used his free time to sail and fish in the Monterey bay and the pacific.

 

Now retired he would like to serve the harbor community that he has spent much of his life building.

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • Stagnaro Charters
  • Johnson Hicks Marine Electronics
  • Bayside Marine

Organizations (2)

  • Unions: Operatiing Engineers local 3, Monterey bay labor council, Monterey Santa Cruz Building and Construction Trades
  • Pacific Sailing School

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