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October 24, 2013 10:00 PM

Council candidate Villa used to speaking out as advocate for homeless in Merced

Monica Kay Villa, 58, may be most familiar as the woman who uses her full five minutes during the public forum at just about every City Council meeting, but now she’s decided she wants to be on the other side of the dais.

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