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Pacific Palisades Invites CD11 Residents to Council Seat Debate 16 February, 7 pm

Pacific Palisades Residents Association has invited incumbent Mike Bonin and candidates Robin Rudisill and Mark Ryavec for a CD11 Council seat debate/forum 16 February, 7 to 9 pm University Synagogue, 11960 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049.

At press time, candidates Robin Rudisill and Mark Ryavec have accepted the invitation to debate.

There will be a one-hour and 15-minute forum/debate that will be followed by a meet & greet with the candidates. All residents from CD11 are welcome (photo ID required). CD11 comprises Brentwood, Pacific Palisades, West LA, Venice, Mar Vista, Marina del Rey, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, Westchester and LAX.

The debate is billed to cover the candidates positions on the issues that matter most to CDll residents, according to the Pacific Palisades Residents Association members.

    Traffic
    Land use and development
    Environment
    Mobility (bike lanes, expo, etc.)
    Affordable housing
    Homeless solutions
    Police/public safety
    Infrastructure
    Major initiatives on the March ballot, such as Measure S.

Advance registration (free) is required in order to accommodate everyone.

Incumbent Mike Bonin

Incumbent Mike Bonin

Candidate Robin Rudisill

Candidate Robin Rudisill

Candidate Mark Ryavec

Candidate Mark Ryavec

Comments (2)

  1. Nick Antonicello

    You need a photo ID to attend a debate?

    I don’t need a photo ID to even vote in the election!

    What is the point of that?

    • Angela

      The synagogue requires IDs for security reasons. In addition, the organizers wish to ensure that the attendants are actual residents of CD11.

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