Interested in getting involved in your community? The Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council has a number of seats available for candidacy for its upcoming April election.
DEADLINE TO FILE FOR CANDIDACY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19
Four board seats, 14 community seats and one community interest seat are up for grabs. Each seat holds a two-year term. The election is open to all residents of Boyle Heights regardless of their citizenship status. For more information on the application, visit Empower LA.
Election day is April 26, and polling will take place at the Benjamin Franklin Branch Library
2200 E. 1st Street, Los Angeles, 90033 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Stakeholders may also vote by:
Mail to: Office of the City Clerk-Election Division, Attn: Vote-By-Mail for the Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council, P.O. Box 54377, Los Angeles, CA 90054-0377
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax to: (213) 978-0611
Received, not postmarked by by 5:00 p.m. April 18, 2014.
The BHNC will hold a town hall meeting and call for candidates this Saturday, March 8th at 1pm at the Boyle Heights Civic Center.
The council is a direct link to the Los Angeles City Council. Its purpose is to promote a more vibrant community by connecting the BHNC, city government, and other neighborhoods. The BHNC represents the interests of Boyle Heights businesses and individuals who live, work and do business in the community.
For more information, visit http://bhnc.net.
The Boyle Heights Civic Center is located at 2130 E. First St. LA, CA 90033