Brody Fernandez sent a letter on February 19, 2018 to CivEnergy in which he bows out of the Davis City Council election. In the letter he states: "In early November of 2017, I officially elected to run for Davis City Council. I am writing this letter to announce to my supporters, and the residents of Davis that I will not be filing nomination papers with the city, and will be resigning from the 2018 election." He goes on to say: "I want the citizens of Davis to know that I am unable to invest the time and resources I know they deserve in an election as important as this one. I’ve had the privilege to meet so many people in this great city, and I'm so grateful to call them my neighbors." He goes on to talk about the issues with which he is concerned including housing and water quality. "The City of Davis is facing a nightmarish housing problem. The vacancy rate is dangerously low, hovering barely above 0.2 percent... This is becoming a serious problem and may be the most prominent issue facing the city."
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