The Mark Gibboney for Mayor Committee has news

We are a group of concerned citizens who love our community, but are concerned for its future. Rancho Cucamonga is the Inland Empire’s premier city, but it faces many challenges. The continuing urbanization of our town is bringing high density crowding, traffic, stressing services, increasing crime and making our planning department’s mission to preserve our heritage and respect our historical culture only a memory. That is why we want to send Mark Gibboney to City Hall as Mayor. Change starts at the top.

Mark Gibboney has lived in Rancho Cucamonga since 1979. He and his wife of 35 years, Agnes, raised their children here and are now helping raise their grandson. Mark retired as a Deputy Chief of Police. He earned a Juris Doctorate and Master’s Degree in Management and is a graduate of the California Command College, an extensive course in leadership and strategic planning. Mark is a member of the State Bar of California and has taught at community Colleges.

Mark has a history of community service and is not one to sit on the sidelines. He was commended by the San Bernardino County Sheriff for apprehending a burglar in Rancho while off duty, stood up for the First Amendment Rights of the Chaffey College ASB President who was removed from office after endorsing a non-incumbent for the school board, and Mark challenged the Water Board for repeatedly extending their own terms in office.

Mark Gibboney will bring strong independent leadership to meet the challenges facing Rancho Cucamonga. He is a highly motivated and goal oriented person who will use his experience, training, education and drive in the best interest of our community. Look through this site and get to know Mark. Check back often as this site will grow with the campaign. Mark would like to hear from you, so feel free to send him comments or questions, or call him directly at (909) 560-7768.


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