2015 - It's A Wrap!

It's become a tradition that the week between Christmas Day and New Year’s, I tidy up my work files and clean off my desk. However, before I take on this extremely challenging task, I’d like to share some final thoughts on what we’ve accomplished in 2015.

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Summer In the City (of WeHo)

A lot has happened since the June election! 

At the June 15th Council meeting, 30-year WeHo Council veteran, John Heilman, was sworn in after winning the Special Election to fill Jeffrey Prang’s seat for the next 2 years. A lot of time and energy is required to run a campaign  kudos to all of the Council candidates for their participation. 

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Get Out The Vote! June 2 Is Today!

It’s our special day, West Hollywood!  If you have not voted yet, please get out to the polls by 8 PM!

Last night completed the sixth and final City Council meeting with only four members and we almost made it through three months without a dissenting vote!

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Two Month Mark!

As I approach my two month mark on the City Council, I wanted to give you an update on what's going on and encourage you to stay involved in our City. 

First, two items I have gotten passed on the Council that may affect you this week:

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Five Short Weeks!

Last Monday, I was sworn in as Mayor Pro Tempore of the City of West Hollywood, just five short weeks after becoming a City Councilmember!

At the Council Reorganization meeting, Oscar-winning MILK screenwriter Dustin Lance Black talked about the special meaning the City of West Hollywood had for him as a young teenager who had just moved from Texas to the Los Angeles area. West Hollywood was a safe place, a place of love and a symbol of hope — and it will remain so if we choose to keep it that way. We also got a little bit of work done at Council as well!

 

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Update on April 6 Council Meeting

For those of you who were unable to attend Monday night’s City Council meeting — or couldn’t stay up until midnight! — I wanted to give you an update on what’s going on at the City.

One of my first priorities as a City Councilmember is to protect West Hollywood’s neighborhoods.  Last night, I worked to protect West Hollywood’s Neighborhoods from the Eastside to West Hollywood West.  

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