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October 25, 2011 12:48 AM

Planning Commission head sees Merced as blueprint for other cities

When Richard Cervantes joined the city's Planning Commission five years ago, he said he knew he wanted to run for City Council. But he said he didn't want to jump into politics without understanding the way it -- and staff -- worked.

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