Running the City of Larkspur is like running a business, which would put City Councilmember Larry Chu on its board of directors.
"I don't have a business here in Larkspur ... (but) my time here is typically 3 in the afternoon or after, which is still enough time for a couple hours of city business. The City of Larkspur is a business," Chu said.
A man who is used to dealing with financial data, Chu has become one of Marin County's go-to figures in the strategy for pension reform. He also serves on various city and county commissions.
Chu, in his acceptance speech, stressed the importance of a strong local business community.
"I like to do as much as I can for the business community here because their just as important as our residents. That's something I try to keep on the forefront," he said.
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