Hollywood Hills West Neighborhood Council 2014 Board of Directors Elections
If you are interested in your community and want to get involved in making it a better place to live or work, consider becoming a Board member of the Hollywood Hills West Neighborhood Council. The HHWNC covers the area from Sunset/Crescent Heights to the Universal City Red Line Station, including portions of the Hollywood Hills on both sides of the Cahuenga Pass. There are nine sub areas of the HHWNC each of which has an Area Committee Chair on the board. There are also nine Issue Committee Chairs, so if you are interested in Traffic conditions, Public Safety, Education, Cultural issues, to name a few, there is a place for you to address these issues on the Board. HHWNC is one of close to 100 neighborhood councils in the City of Los Angeles that provide input to the City Council and are funded by the City Council with a budget to finance improvement projects in neighborhoods. Get involved in your neighborhood and run for a seat on the HHWNC Board.
Leading up to the elections, candidate filing begins on Tuesday, January 14 and continues until Thursday, February 13. There will not be write in candidates on the ballot. Candidate filing forms are available on the EmpowerLA website and are available on the HHWNC website www.hhwnc.org or via this link.
We hope to have a candidates in-person filing session at our Wednesday February 12 HHWNC board meeting @ Bonhams & Butterfields 7601 West Sunset Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90046 @6:30 to assist candidates with the paperwork and to take photos for the election website. CHECK our website www.hhwnc.org for updates.
The elections will be held on Sunday, March 30 at the Will and Ariel Durant Library on 7140 W. Sunset Boulevard LA, CA 90046;
If you want to learn more about the HHWNC and meet current Board members, please attend one of the monthly meetings, February 12 or March 19 prior to the March 30th elections.