United Neighborhoods Neighborhood Council (UNNC) President Stevie Sterns Steps Down

" I have helped lead the UNNC for 13 years, plus two years as a founding member working towards UNNC’s certification by the City.  For the past 15 years, I’ve enjoyed working with UNNC neighbors, community activists from all over Los Angeles, and L.A. City elected officials and employees.

I am very pleased to have been re-elected several times to the governing board and to have served as president.  Leaving the UNNC board does not end my commitment to our community.  I will  continue to be involved in community issues.  But I will now have room in my life to accept new challenges and new adventures.

I will be serving out my term, which ends on  June 5th, when the newly elected board members will be seated.

I feel  very proud of the work that UNNC has done within the community.  UNNC is responsive to community issues, such as land use, new development, and public safety.  

UNNC is supportive of events and projects that bring neighbors together.UNNC is one of the most respected neighborhood councils.  UNNC is mindful of how funds are spent, conscientious about its outreach, and continually seeks to empower everyone in the community."

TTN Thanks Stevie Stern for her conscientious commitment to her community!

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