"Jim Aldinger is a proven leader with experience as both Mayor and Councilman. Jim's dedication to public service in Manhattan Beach is unrivaled - you need Jim back as your Councilman."

Mike Gordon,
State Assemblyman,
53rd Assembly District


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Jim Aldinger for Manhattan Beach City Council
1828 Pine Ave.
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

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Jim Aldinger Kickoff Party

Councilmen Jim Aldinger and Steve Napolitano
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State Assemblyman and former El Segundo Mayor Mike Gordon
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Former State Assemblyman George Nakano
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Manhattan Beach Commissioners Bob Bohner and Wayne Powell with Councilman Jim Aldinger
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Councilman Jim Aldinger
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Manhattan Beach residents partake in “Do-it-Yourself” button making to help kickoff Councilman Jim Aldinger’s bid for re-election to the Manhattan Beach City Council. Pictured from left to right: Sharon and John Minor, Daniella Moses, Kanji Sahara of Torrance, Margaux Moses, and Valerie Minor.
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Jim Aldinger Around Town...

Jim and PJ sharing the sun near the Pier, discussing the benefits of Manhattan Beach's first-ever dog park at Live Oak Park.  PJ belongs to Manhattan Beach resident Evie Block.
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"Can I keep the hat?"  Jim's role the past four years, on the City Council Finance Sub-Committee, has ensured proper funding for the Public Safety Facility and indicates Jim's personal commitment to public safety.
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In his last four years, Jim has been involved in a large-scale environmental measure for Manhattan Beach and its residents: installation of three Centrifugal Filter Systems drains, to divert storm water runoff from our beaches.  Jim never forgets that his political endeavors are rooted in his interest in the environment, which motivated his activism in the early 90's.
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As a surfer, Jim has been quite active in finding ways to keep the ocean and beaches clean -- including passage of the 2004 Smoking Ban (aimed at decreasing litter) and through his involvement as a Director of  VOICE and as a member of the National League of Cities Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Committee. 
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After Jim was elected to Council four years ago, he helped to decrease the originally proposed Metlox development by 60%.  With the new underground parking structure in place to help alleviate traffic, Jim believes the development will help to enhance the vibrance of downtown Manhattan Beach, while still maintaining the town's "small town" charm.
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Jim is running for re-election because he loves Manhattan Beach.
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Remember to vote for Jim on March 8,
and let him finish what he's started!

All photos by Steve Moses, Manhattan Beach