Janet Abelson, who used to be the mayor of EL Cerrito City, has died. She was 76 years old. The family said that Janet had died, and they posted about it on their social media pages online. The city of CL Cerrito also put the news online and said they were very sad about Janet’s death. They also said that they were telling the news with a lot of sadness and that the city of Elk Ceruto was letting everyone know that Janet had died.
They also said that Janet died peacefully, but they didn’t say what killed her. Stay tuned as we talk in detail about Janet’s death and her life. Cerrio City also said that the mayor died on Thursday, January 26, 2023, when she was 76 years old. The city of CL Cerrito also wrote online that they were sending their deepest condolences and that they and their whole staff were praying for the family.
They also said that Janet will be greatly missed. In a statement, Mayor Lisa Motoyama also said that Janet leaves behind a real legacy and that she was an important part of both the city and her family. Lisa also said that they will be in charge of the council and keep working, since Janet was never lazy and loved her job. Janet was the mayor of the city of El Cerrito when she was a politician in the Bay Area. She was first elected to the city council in 1999.
Later, she worked in public service for more than 23 years, and because she was helping people, she was the mayor for more than five terms, in 2002, 2010, 2014, and 2017. Janet not only became mayor and ran the city, but she also made many positive changes in the city. She fought for many important causes, such as services for low-income people, income for citizens, and bus passes for students. During her time in office, she also helped many groups that didn’t have a lot of power.
Janet also served in organizations like the West Contra Costa Transportation Authority Committee and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority. Janet was also chosen by the League of California Cities, East Bay Division, the Chamber of Commerce, the League of Women Voters, and many other groups. She also worked for International Soroptimist le Cerrito, PTA of Harding, and El Cerrito High School. Cerrito High School’s Archives Committee, and in California, you can also walk and find treasure. This past Friday, Janet died, but no one said what caused her death.
There were a lot of online tributes to Janet, and many people also prayed for her. One Internet user said that Janet was a great leader who worked on issues like transportation, quality, and the rights of people with disabilities. She also helped seniors. The user told Janet’s family that he was sorry for their loss and prayed for her as well. Another person on Twitter said that Janet worked for the city for a long time and that she cared deeply about people and the people who lived there.