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Los Angeles County, CA November 4, 2003 Election
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Libby Aubrey, Candidate for Rancho Palos Verdes City Council

By Libby Aubrey

Candidate for Councilmember; City of Rancho Palos Verdes

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Why should you elect me? Prior to my business career, I spent a career learning to understand, integrate, interpret and communicate other peoples needs and values, as well as my own. This extensive background has given me exceptional tools to hear and communicate our residents' needs.

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I honestly believe the people may want to seriously consider having a City Council that represents a healthy, diverse set of skills to support the needs of our Rancho Palos Verdes population. There is the potential for duplication of occupational skills in this election. This will not serve all facets of a balanced City Council. I believe, as many residents do, that a balanced City Council better benefits the interests of our residents. Duplication of legal skills on our City Council could easily, in my frank opinion, further hinder City Staff Attorney functions. We cannot afford to lose sight of our residents needs any longer. I further believe as a concerned and involved citizen, it has already been demonstrated that there is a lack of consideration and fellowship on our current City Council. This behavior does not represent the true sentiments of our residents.

I am running for City Council to represent my values, for other adults and youth on the Hill whose needs are not represented by the current special interests. I take to heart, the Cities General Plan concept to collaborate in building a matrix of diverse, yet complimentary, future development such as the following.

I support a vision of forward-looking education that addresses future needs of our city while preparing Peninsula young adults to work on the Hill and our nearby surroundings. I plan to encourage jobs for our future adults through an un-crowded well-planned environment with high quality commercial enterprises. For instance, the loss of our MTA buses, can be replaced by our "PV Transit" buses taking the same route for equal payment, and hire a resident to staff those bus routes. We turn a negative to a positive as we create a job or jobs, offer safe and efficient transportation, and mitigate traffic over-crowding.

My experience on the Rancho Palos Verdes Traffic Committee has given me insight as to how much development impacts traffic and the planned tranquil vision of our City. I will continue to offer positive solutions to mitigate traffic density and encourage sensible traffic calming measures.

As a businesswoman, my vision for Rancho Palos Verdes is based in first establishing fiscally responsible revenue streams. I would start with endeavors that produce culturally based and physically strong children who can lead our communities' future.

I will produce Private Placement Documents, which explain the revenue streams of my vision. My plans expose the layered media, athletic, and educational matrix of my Project Take Heart, my non-profit School of Champions, and my production expertise with my television series Star Train USA for Health.

I stand for results-based City contracts, which will increase accountability by selecting a community commissioner to the City staff, answerable directly to the City Council, to observe and objectively report performance and the end results of city contracts. Effective accountability will be expanded with open televised meetings of all city committees, and in observation of the Brown Act. In order that all of our citizens have access to our meetings, I am promoting weekly meetings from 7-10 PM. I want to be there to serve our residents of Rancho Palos Verdes. Won't you join me and give me your vote for Rancho Palos Verdes residents.


Libby Aubrey Candidate for RPV City Council

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