Posted by James, a resident of the Menlo Park: The Willows neighborhood, on May 29, 2012 at 12:02 pm
I am very happy to see that Mr. Mueller is running for city council. He seems to be a very smart and caring person and has not only worked hard to help with traffic issues but to also help the community better understand the Facebook deal and its effect on the city. Mr. Mueller has also taken the time to listen to the residents and their needs, which means a lot to me personally. Good luck Mr. Mueller!
Posted by Dave, a resident of another community, on May 29, 2012 at 5:47 pm
I have known Ray a long time. I know nobody more dedicated and passionate as Ray when it comes to getting the job done. Ray is extremely open minded and is great at consolidating ideas and bringing a team together to form one like-minded idea for the whole group.
Posted by Mark, a resident of the Menlo Park: Downtown neighborhood, on May 29, 2012 at 9:29 pm
I am extremely excited to see Ray Mueller throw his hat into serving this community. As a lifelong resident of the Bay Area, I can't think of anyone better qualified for this job. Ray is brilliant and a natural problem-solver who uses his logic and experience to resolve issues almost effortlessly. You have to see this man in action for yourself to begin to fathom that statement. He will only add to the beauty and splendor of Menlo Park if elected. God speed, Ray!
Posted by another view, a resident of the Menlo Park: Central Menlo Park neighborhood, on Jun 1, 2012 at 6:46 am
Those above expounding so enthusiastically about Mr. Meuller, really ought to do better homework.
He is hardly balanced on his views. He is another of the Sierra Club minions who think building higher and more dense is the way for Menlo Park to proceed. He is no "residentialist" who wants to improve the qualify of life here in Menlo Park. I for one won't vote for him.
Let the Bohannon, DuBoc bloc of voters promote him, because that is where he sits on development issues.
Posted by Homework, a resident of the Menlo Park: other neighborhood, on Jun 1, 2012 at 7:45 am
6 out of 7 Menlo Park Planning Commissioners, Katie Ferrick, Vince Bressler, Peipei Yu Pollman, Henry Riggs, John O'Malley and according to the Patch, Ben Eiref, all have endorsed Mueller for City Council.
Posted by John, a resident of another community, on Jun 4, 2012 at 7:59 pm
I've known Mr. Mueller for several years now and I don't care what club he may or may not belong to. What I do know is that he surrounds himself with brilliant company and can only do good for the community he serves. Good luck, Ray. For the sake of Menlo Park, I hope you win.
Posted by Sabrina , a resident of the Menlo Park: Downtown neighborhood, on Jun 4, 2012 at 8:24 pm
As a bay area native, I'm beyond thrilled to see Ray run for this position. He is a man of great moral and character; a person I am proud to say has crossed my path. He is bright and has wisdom beyond his years. Ray has my vote!i
Posted by Anthony Printis, a resident of another community, on Jun 6, 2012 at 1:58 pm
Though I know Ray recently, I can tell you that Ray is a high quality person of character and experience. The towns folk of Menlo Park is lucky to have a person who will represent you all well. Hmm, maybe he should to move to Redwood City.
Much luck to Ray and to his wonderful family in a positive election.
Posted by get real, a resident of the Menlo Park: other neighborhood, on Jun 11, 2012 at 6:06 pm
If you knock on 100 doors in Menlo Park at random, I don't expect a single person will be able to explain what a residentialist is. This group was manufactured as part of Kelly Fergusson's 2004 campaign. She wanted to put "quality of life" back into the mission statement of our city. I've never been able to find any mission statement for our city. Plotting the developers against residentialists is a fools game. I am reminded of this every time I drive past the rotting lot that should have been the Derry Project.
Mr. Mueller represents the ambitious young people that make great sacrifices to raise a family here in Menlo Park. We would be well served if more quality individuals such as Raymond would come forward to serve the city.