H. Codding | Bids for \ Senate Sect Huf^h B. Codding, San^a Rosa A statemeni prepared^ I tl , : councilman and developer i of Coddingtown Shopping Center j and industrial complex, Monday ! i \ ' ! , • • HUr.H roDDiNc; I fU^d his candidacy papers for ! Sp„^,,„. „l jst senatorial dis- trict. Codding stated: "The future of my family, associates, and fiiends is entirely dependent upon upon the economic progress, success, success, and stability of the Redwood Redwood Fmpire which comprises the Isl senatorial district. I Should the voters elect me, I ; feel I have the ability, interest, ; and determination lo pi-of»crly represent them. I feel the rec- oixi prox'es llvu 1 am able to ' " •'"'^ done. I have one of the largest financial stakes in this distJ-icl and wish to see it P''"lPf~"^fi- As matters si;ind I would be the only Sonoma Coun- ; "fficial on the state or ted- ^ Codding, who is seeking the Republican nomination. has been primarily responsible for over 2.000 new jobs in the area. of The largest of these firms is State Farm Mutual Insurance Company, formerly of Berkeley. Codding's company. Santa Rosa Enterprises, donated ten acres of land on U.S. Highway 101, i opposite the Sonoma County Ad- j rninistration Center to aid in in- during them to the Reduixxl Empire. 'Codding further added: "I am ^ f^^^^h generation empire ^jdem. My great-grandfather. Tennessee Bishop, was an early . , r. ^ sheriff of Sonoma Counts and , ... formerly a deputv sheri f of , P ^ • !