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Renters’ Rights Workshop Draws Concerned Crowd

September 7, 2019

LFNC members volunteering at the 08/27/19 Renters’ Rights Workshop organized by the PLUM Committee. Wednesday narrowly passed a bill that would cap statewide rent increases in a move that bodes well for renters in LA. With rents on the rise, tenants’ rights have become increasingly important. To address the issue, the Los Feliz Neighborhood Council recently hosted a renters’ rights workshop. On Aug. 27, the Planning and Land Use Management Committee (PLUM), LFNC President Jon Deustch, and District B representative Victoria Kraus welcomed representatives from the LA Housing and Community Investment Department (HCIDLA), the

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District C Representative: Term ends Spring 2021.

May 16, 2019

The Council’s rules (bylaws) require that if a vacancy occurs on the Governing Board, the Board will appoint a successor to serve out the remainder of the term. There is a vacant seat in District C, and we are looking for a bright, energetic, self-starter to finish out the term. The commitment is until Spring 2021 It is an excellent opportunity to get involved in leading Los Feliz without having to stand for general election. The appointee will be selected by a majority vote of their future colleagues currently seated on the Governing Board. QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates for this District Representative seat must be at least 18 years of age and a stakeholder in District C. Stakeholders are defined as everyone who lives, works or owns

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