Greg Sebourn – Husband, Father, Educator, Professional Land Surveyor, and Activist for Limited Government
Thanks for visiting my blog to learn more about me.
I’m a 3rd generation Fullertonian and a 4th generation Orange County resident. Born and raised in Fullerton nearly 40 years ago and having attended many of the City’s public and private schools, I can appreciate Fullerton’€™s diversity.
My wife and chose Fullerton in which to raise our children because of the City’s location, educational opportunities, and sense of community.
I am involved in many community and professional groups that you can read about below.
Regarding my political philosophy, I am an activist for limited government that focuses responsibilities on core services such as public safety and infrastructure management.
I believe in transparent and open governance, and that City Hall should work for us, not against us.
You can learn more about my philosophy and issues I feel strongly about at www.GregSebourn.com.
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Ballot StatementCity Hall continues to take more and give less. We can’t afford to pay more while streets are neglected and facilities are closed. I’ll demand accountability and stand up for all taxpayers and citizens, not the bureaucrats. I promise to scrutinize every corner of City Hall for cost savings, transparency, and effectiveness.Our pension system is unsustainable.Years of borrowing by the City Council acting as the Redevelopment Agency has left us with more than $500-million of debt and an $8-million dollar budget deficit.Our embattled police department is under international scrutiny after several allegations of officer misconduct and even murder.The City Council appointed me to the Citizen’s Infrastructure Review Commission to find solutions to fixing our infrastructure. I identified what the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association has called an illegal water tax that robs the Water Fund of about $2.5-million per year.As complex as these issues may be deemed by some, they should be easily understood by those who pay for them, the taxpayer.For nearly 40 years I’ve called Fullerton my home where my wife and I are raising our children. We’re active in our church, schools, and community.I’d be honored to receive your vote.www.GregSebourn.com
City of Fullerton Volunteer Service
Chairman, City of Fullerton Citizen’s Infrastructure Review Commission
Member, City of Fullerton Water Rate Study Ad Hoc Commission
Member, City of Fullerton Downtown Core and Corridor Specific Plan Selection
Member, Fullerton Association of Concerned Taxpayers (FACT)
Volunteer, Girl Scouts USA
Unit Commissioner, Boy Scouts of America
Assistant Scout Master, Boy Scouts of America (former)
Coach, Golden Hills Little League (former)
Director,California Land Surveyors Association (CLSA)
Vice President, California Land Surveyors Association, Orange County Chapter
Chair, California Land Surveyors Association Trig Start Committee
Chair, California Land Surveyors Association Merit Badge Committee, OC
Member, Professional Development Program, California Land Surveyors Association
Member, Public Awareness Committee, California Land Surveyors Association
Member, Education Committee, California Land Surveyors Association
Program Facilitator, Santiago Canyon College, Survey/Mapping Sciences Program
Adjunct Professor, Santiago Canyon College, Survey/Mapping Sciences Program
Chair, Santiago Canyon College Technical Advisory Committee
Program Facilitator, Surveying Discipline Work Group for Statewide Career Pathways, California Community Colleges’ Academic Senate
Recipient of the 2009 Faculty Excellence Award, Santiago Canyon College
Faculty Advisor, CLSA Student Chapter at Santiago Canyon College
Adjunct Professor, Rio Hondo College, Land Surveying
Member, Rio Hondo College Technical Advisory Committee
Recipient, Rio Hondo College Employee Service Award
Member, North O.C. Regional Occupational Program Technical Advisory Committee
Published Author & Industry Expert
“To the Next Level.” Professional Surveyor, January 2009: 10-12. Print.
“A New Approach.” California Surveyor, Spring 2011: 20-22. Print.
“Trig Star Program.” California Surveyor, Winter 2012: 22-23. Print. (Co-authored)