UNITED NEIGHBORHOODS NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
Non-Resident Representatives, Group A (6 selected)
Jesse E. Bravo, 386 votes
Gus Harris Jr. (write in candidate), 382 votes
Ruth T. Jones-Sawyer (write in candidate), 381 votes
Joyce M. Smith (write in candidate), 373 votes
Stephen R. Wallis (write in candidate), 371 votes…
This Saturday you have the opportunity to vote for the people in your community to sit on the Mid City and United Neighborhood Neighborhood Councils. (MINC & UNNC)
We have who and where below. GET OUT AND VOTE!!
Factual Basis At-Larger (1 seat): J. David Riva.
Business Representatives (2 seats): Carmen Salindong, Nikki Legesse.
Non-profit Representatives (3 seats): Rayna Saslove
Senior Citizen Representative (1 seat): Sue S. Beidleman
South Carthay Representative (1 seat): Lloyd Robinson
Wilshire Vista Representative (1 seat): Scott McNeely
Wilshire Vista Heights Representative (1…
PLUS NEW EXECUTIVE BOARD see below
Election Date: May 13, 2010 CANDIDATE VOTES CAST SUMMARY OF OFFICIAL RESULTS
Ninety stakeholders came out to vote in the Olympic Park Neighborhood Council elections. Below are the OFFICIAL RESULTS of the election. Sixty days after the election date, open board seats may be filled by…
From the LA TIMES
Villaraigosa proposes merging 2 city agencies to save $2 million
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said Monday he hopes to shave $2 million from the city’s budget by folding the department that oversees the network of 90 neighborhood councils into another agency. The plan would push…
Scandal-Scarred Agency to Be Merged Into Community Development DONE is finished.Expect the announcement from Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's office Monday that the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment (DONE), which oversees the city's 90 Neighborhood Councils, will be disbanded and only nine of its remaining employees will shift to the Community Development…
Friday, Feb 19
A meeting hosted by Ken Draper from City Watch between the members of LANCC (Los Angeles Neighborhood Council Coalition, a group of Neighborhood Council members organized to address issues relevant to NC's) and Deputy Mayor Larry Frank, took place at City Hall this week. In attendance were Mr.…
After a lengthy period of public comment the City Council Tuesday granted the Neighborhood Councils a momentary reprieve from cuts. The council moved to send Neighborhood Council issues to the Education and Neighborhoods Committee chaired by Councilman Paul Krekorian. The NC-related proposals from the CAO's Three Year Plan to Fiscal…
LA NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL SYSTEM By John Kim As you may have heard, the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners is re-examining the issue of NC bylaws and how to rationalize them at a system-wide level during this unique moment in the NC system’s history. The financial trouble that the City currently faces, and…
BOXSOAP By Stephen Box Neighborhood councils may soon have the opportunity to opt in for Vote-by-Mail (VBM) services for the upcoming City Clerk-run board elections, but, in a sign of the times to come, NC's will have to find an outside vendor and then will have to pay for the services…
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