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Presiding over his last meeting before leaving office, Elk Grove Mayor Steve Ly lauds city council colleagues, city staff

Elk Grove News

At the last meeting he would preside over the Elk Grove City Council, outgoing Mayor Steve Ly took the opportunity to laud his four council colleagues and city staff at last night's meeting. Ly, who has first served as the District 4 councilmember starting in December 2014, and mayor two years later, lost his reelection bid this year to Bobbie Singh-Allen. With his exit from elected office, Ly ends an eight-year run starting in 2012 with his election to the Elk Grove Unified School District Board of Trustees.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elk-grove-news/support

4mins

19 Nov 2020

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Elk Grove Mayor Steve Ly discusses independent expenditure committee ads in 2020 campaign

Elk Grove News

As it was in 2018, this year’s Elk Grove mayoral race, has drawn the attention of an independent expenditure committee that has already spent $192,000 in opposition to incumbent mayor Steve Lee. In this edition of Elk Grove News Podcast, we discuss this year’s independent expenditure with Mayor Ly who offered a possible explanation of why he had drawn the California Association of Realtor’s Political action committee’s ire after he expressed concern following an unflattering mailer in 2018 they were party too.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elk-grove-news/support

13mins

26 Oct 2020

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Elk Grove Mayor Steve Ly's controversy - Much ado about nothing, or not?

Elk Grove News

On the evening of Friday, August 7, Elk Grove Mayor Steve Ly issued an apology statement following weeks of claims of harassment and threats. The apology comes days before the Elk Grove City Council may censure the mayor.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elk-grove-news/support

1min

10 Aug 2020

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Will Elk Grove Mayor Steve Ly move to strengthen his position?

Elk Grove News

With the switch to by-district elections in 2020, Elk Grove is in the midst of a subtle political change. With councilmembers elected by-district voters only, Mayor Steve Lee remains the only councilmember elected citywide.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elk-grove-news/support

1min

2 Nov 2019

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Mayor Steve Ly 2, Councilmember Darren Suen 0

Elk Grove News

With the Elk Grove City council’s recently adopted by-district voting, Mayor Steve Ly scored a big political victory. With victory, there has to be a loser.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elk-grove-news/support

26 Oct 2019

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The political pragmatism of Moscow Mitch McConnell, Stonelake Steve Ly

Elk Grove News

Many Americans know Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell. Many residents in Elk Grove know Mayor Steve Ly. McConnell is a man with great power in Washington DC as the Republican leader of the U.S. Senate and by default, an international power broker. Outside of the Elk Grove area and a few pockets of supporters in Fresno and Minneapolis, Ly is not that well known and as an individual politician, has limited influence. Throughout his long career, Republican McConnell, with recent exceptions to accommodate President Trump’s support of Putin and Russia’s interference in American elections is a rock rib conservative. You know, a law and order, voter suppression, state right’s sort of guy. And even thought he has not displayed many of the supposed characteristics in his comparatively short political career, Ly is reputed to be a liberal member of the Democratic party. On the surface these two elected officials appear to be polar opposites. But they do share a few important characteristics.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elk-grove-news/support

12mins

9 Aug 2019

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Council Member Pat Hume, Mayor Steve Ly's common ground

Elk Grove News

 Every now and then political opponents can find common ground or at least common ground on governance practices. Such is the case for Elk Grove Mayor Steve Ly, and City Council Member Pat Hume when he served his one term as mayor 10 years ago.  See companion video and story to this podcast here. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elk-grove-news/support

1min

11 May 2019

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Mayor Steve Ly denies 'men are given more time to speak' during Elk Grove City Council meetings

Elk Grove News

During the Wednesday, October 10, 2018 meeting of the Elk Grove City Council, Mayor Steve Ly denied that he allows men more time to speak than women during public comment. That criticism was leveled during the public comment section of the meeting. Speaking to the council, Elk Grove resident Danessa Atiles noted that during public comment, one male speaker was engaged by both the council and police staff for over 30 minutes. The extended comment period and dialogue, which started delving into policy discussions that were not on the agenda, was allowed to proceed unabated by Ly and Elk Grove City Attorney Jonathan Hobbs.By comparison, Atiles said that female speakers are regularly given short shrift--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elk-grove-news/support

3mins

11 Oct 2018

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Steve Ly LIVE! From our first call-in program.

RadioElkGrove

RadioElkGrove went LIVE today, with our first ever live call in interview program.This week's Guest: Steve LySteve Ly and son, from FaceBook Ly is a candidate for EGUSD School Board Trustee Area 6. We'll talk to Candidate Ly, and ask him his background, his views on where the district is now, and what he see's for the future. Let's look into it together.Listen in New Window/TabDon't forget to Subscribe, and share.  We have new links to Facebook, and Twitter on the left, and a new "Subscribe" tab at the top. sr_adspace_id = 1000009894607; sr_adspace_width = 120; sr_adspace_height = 90; sr_ad_new_window = true; sr_adspace_type = "graphic"; Read Full Article with Resources »

4 Nov 2012

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RadioElkGrove Goes LIVE with Candidate Steve Ly

RadioElkGrove

RadioElkGrove went LIVE today at noon! A new feature on RadioElkGrove.Just click this link the current archive: Steve Ly Live Call-in Program (Archive)This week's Guest: Steve Ly  candidate for EGUSD School Board Trustee Area 6.Steve Ly speaks to supporters at his recent campaign kick-off.Photo Courtesy of the Elk GroveCitizen The Area 6 seat is presently held by Jacob Rambo who Ly is challenging for the seat.Ly is a local educator, working with foster youth with the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE). He also worked promoting anti-bullying with SCOE, and as a substitute teacher for one  year in the Elk Grove District.Ly previously ran unsuccessfully for the school board in 2002 and he applied for the Area 6 seat last spring after Trustee Pam Irey resigned due to health issues.  Rambo was appointed by the board at that time.Ly publicly criticized the Board of Trustees in a quote by the Elk Grove Citizen at his campaign kickoff event last week, apparently referring to the labor issues that have plagued the district recently.“You have the fighting that’s going on, and at the same time the ones who should be at the helm have forgotten that the bottom line here is we have to provide for our students,” he said.We'll talk to Candidate Ly, and ask him his views on where the district is now, and what he see's for the future. This is a live, interview/call-in format. You can ask YOUR questions, by phone or internet chat.Join us for lunch on Friday for the first in what is planned as an ongoing feature on RadioElkGrove..Steve Ly's photograph reproduced courtesy of Elk Grove CitizenDon't forget to Subscribe, and share.  We have new links to Facebook, and Twitter on the left, and a new "Subscribe" tab at the top. sr_adspace_id = 1000009894607; sr_adspace_width = 120; sr_adspace_height = 90; sr_ad_new_window = true; sr_adspace_type = "graphic";

25 Aug 2012