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- Occupation: Policeman/Councilmember's Deputy
- Citizen of the Year, Granada Hills
- LAPD Reserve Officer of the Year, Devonshire Division
- North Valley Family YMCA, Chairman of the Board (2 times)
- CIVICC, Member of Board (co-author Phase II report)
- California Jaycees, Outstanding Jaycee in State
- M.A. Public Administration, USC School of Policy, Planning and Development
- Change the City's police deployment formulas that discriminate against the Valley
- Have weekly neighborhood door-to-door walks to ensure City services are being delivered
- Expand after school childcare programs such as the North Valley YMCA's to provide a safe place for children after school and keep them off streets
- Occupation: Educator/Board Member
- Has over 35 years of experience as an education advocate and is the Senior Member of the Los Angeles City Board Of Education for 16 years
- Since 1987 has had a Parent Community Advisory Committee and a Teachers Advisory Committee
- Provided funding for the Kindergarten Intervention Program (KIP) which addresses the needs of at-risk children.
- Established the School Safety and Security Task Force to study how to make LAUSD schools safer for children.
- Brought Phonics reading programs back to the schools resulting in improved scores throughout the district.
- Member of California Community Colleges Board Of Governors (Appointed in 1999 by Governor Gray Davis)
Paula L. Boland
- I will fight to preserve open space, protect and renovate existing parks, and keep large developments out of our community
- I will fight to add 2,000 new police officers to the LAPD
- I will continue to fight to close the Sunshine Canyon Landfill and keep the city's trash out of our neighborhoods
- Occupation: Former Assemblywoman, district 38
- Former candidate, Valley city council
- Former Chair of California Assembly, Public Safety Committee
- Elected member of Charter Reform Commission
- Former President, Granada Hills Chamber of Commerce
- Co-founder, former Vice President, United Chambers of Commerce
- Increase the number of police patrolling Valley streets
- Crack down on gang-related crime in the Valley
- Fighting for the Valley's fair share of city services
- Occupation: Businessperson
- Born and raised in the West San Fernando Valley, Rob Vinson is a local businessman, community volunteer and civic leader.
- As a partner in Mekeel-Vinson, Rob is building homes for first time homebuyers who need it most...
- ...our middle income families with police officers, firefighters, teachers and nurses.
- Rob has a long career as a dedicated Valley activist. Among the many projects he's involved in are: California State Criminal Advisory Commission,
- Boys & Girls Club Board of Directors, Alternate Living for the Aged: VP Board of Directors. With a background as an urban planner, not as a politician
- Rob Vinson will protect the northwest Valley from thoughtless overdevelopment and preserve our dwindling open space.
Walter N. Prince
Norman M. Huberman
- Planned development to accommodate a dramatic increase in population, with concerns for the environment, pollution, recreational and health facilities
- Strong Neighborhood Councils with real power over local planning decisions.
- The CLOSING of the Sunshine Canyon Landfill and preventing the massive development of the LAS LOMAS wilderness just north of our neighborhoods.
- Occupation: Teacher/Businessman/Mediator
- Graduated CSUN, attended UCLA,, LAVC, and Others
- Recieved honors or Appointments from LAUSD, City of Los Angeles, State of Calif.,
- and Federal Govt. In The Fields of Education,
- Business, and Public Service
- Trained Mediator by the LA City Attorney's Office
- Licenced Contractor over 30 years, Credentialed Teacher 14 years, And Owner's Representitive in LargeMulti-Million Dollar Construction Projects
- To increase Police Protection, Develop Programs to Decrease Gangs and Violence
- Public Input To All Land Use Issues, and Help Neighborhood Councils develop and be fund.
- Decrease Traffic, Eliminate the Business Gross Reciept. Tax, and Help Businesses Locate to the Valley
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