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Saturday, September 24, 2016

2014 Neighborhood Council Elections

Who would want to run for neighborhood council? The positions are unpaid and council members have to sit through long and sometimes unruly meetings.  However, the city’s network of neighborhood councils continue to attract veteran activists and newcomers. Neighborhood councils representing much of the Eastside will be holding elections on  April 26. (A first round of elections was held on April 12)

You will find links to individual councils and election day and candidate info in the section below. Click here to find out what neighborhood council represents you.

Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council
Represents: Hermon, Montecito Heights, Monterey Hills, Mt. Washington and Sycamore Grove
Election: April 26
Candidate & Election Info

Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council
Represents: Boyle Heights
Election: April 26
Candidate & Election Info

Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council
Represents: Eagle Rock
Election: April 26
Candidate & Election Info

Glassell Park Neighborhood Council
Represents: Glassell Park
Election: April 26
Candidate & Election Info

Greater Cypress Park Neighborhood Council
Represents: Cypress Park
Election: April 26
Candidate & Election Info

Historic Highland Park
Represents: Highland Park
Election: April 26
Candidate & Election Info

LA-32 Neighborhood Neighborhood Council
Represents: El Sereno
Election: April 26
Candidate & Election Info

Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council
Represents: Lincoln Heights
Election: April 26
Candidate & Election Info



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