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"The process stinks here. Green power and solar power, we know are good things. Creating union wage jobs is a good thing. That's how our middle class is hanging on by their fingernails. But the public deserves to have thoughtful open public airings of different points of view of potential risks of the different analyses..." City Controller Laura Chick

 

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Neighborhood Councils and Ballot Measures (pdf)

Measure B needs to be discussed openly and honestly and we welcome the opportunity to join your Neighborhood Council, your homeowners association or your community group in a presentation of the issues and the implications of Measure B.

Host a debate, invite speakers on both sides of Measure B. Great ideas thrive in the public arena and we'd love to join you. Just email us with the details of your meeting and we'll arrange the speakers!

Ron Kaye

Ron Kaye is the former editor of the Los Angeles Daily News where he spent 23 years helping to make the newspaper the voice of the San Fernando Valley and fighting for a city government that serves the people and not special interests. Twice in recent years, Los Angeles Magazine listed Kaye among the city's most influential people, specifically in the area of politics. Kaye has been variously described in the media as the "accidental anarchist," "the Patrick Henry of the San Fernando Valley" and a "passionate populist." He is now committed to carrying on his crusade for a greater Los Angeles as an ordinary citizen. The illustration was done by retired Daily News graphic artist Jorge Irribarren.
Jack Humphreville Jack Humphreville is an officer and shareholder of Target Media Partners, a Los Angeles based publisher of classified ads throughout the United States, including Recycler Classifieds, a Sherman Oaks based company that has been serving the Los Angeles metropolitan area since 1973.
Jack is the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council's representative on matters related to the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power. He has contributed many articles regarding DWP to City Watch, a publication addressing concerns of Neighborhood Councils, where he has advocated for the Rate Payers' Advocate to improve the transparency, openness, reliability and efficiency of DWP.
Prior to Target Media Partners, Jack was an investment banker. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Business School. He was born and raised in New London, Connecticut and moved to Los Angeles from New York City with his wife in 1984. They have three daughters.
John Stammreich John Stammreich currently serves on the City of Los Angeles Neighborhood Council / DWP Committee as the 15th Council District lead liaison. John is organizing the operational campaign to defeat Measure B, a significant DWP rate hike, on the city of Los Angeles March 2009 ballot. John works for Raytheon Technical Services Company, LLC, as the Manager of the Services and Support Subcontracts Group, comprised of over a dozen subcontracts managers throughout the United States. In addition to his aerospace career, John serves as the chairman of the Republican Central Committee of the 54th Assembly District, re-elected to a 2nd term in December 2008. John has served on numerous campaigns on the federal, state and local level, and has not been afraid to break away from his party, primarily on local elections, to work for whom he calls "the right candidate" in key elections. In addition to teaming on a bipartisan slate for his 2006 election to the Northwest San Pedro Neighborhood Council, John's campaigns have included 2006 South Bay Chairman for Governor Schwarzenegger and 2007 LAUSD Board Member Richard Vladovic. In the March 2009 City of Los Angeles elections, John is supporting Republican David Hernandez, Democrat Nick Patsaouras and Independent Noel Weiss.
Mark Seigel Mark Seigel lives in Tujunga and serves on the Board of the Sunland Tujunga Neighborhood Council. He chaired the certification committee and now serves as the Treasurer. He has worked with Neighborhood Councils throughout Los Angeles, conducting Board elections as an Independent Election Administrator. He is a Boy Scout Leader, a Ham radio operator serves as an Neighborhood Preparedness Ambassador for the City of Los Angeles.

 

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