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Nisa Kove Selected as New Venice Field Deputy

VENICE, CA (February 16, 2020) – City Councilmember Mike Bonin today announced the hiring of Nisa Kove as Venice Field Deputy, a position that will allow Kove to work with her neighbors in Venice to get things done in the neighborhood she has called home for more than a decade.

“I am excited to work with Nisa and to have a Venice parent on staff, working with me and our team to make the community a great place to live, work and enjoy,” said Bonin. “Nisa has been active in civic life in Venice and will hit the ground running on day one to start delivering for neighbors in Venice.”

Kove has been a Venice resident since 2007 and has worked closely with many of the leaders and groups in Venice as an elected member of the Venice Neighborhood Council, and as chair of the council’s Public Safety Committee. Kove has a long and accomplished history in marketing, having worked for a number of major media and advertising companies, and she has also worked as an organizer for a group dedicated to the engagement and mobilization of school parents. Kove is passionate about education, and is an active volunteer in her neighborhood schools, working with local artists and environmental organizations to beautify campuses. Kove is a graduate of the University of Arizona.

“I am honored to be representing my community,” said Kove. “There is a lot of work to do, and I’m confident that together, we can lead Venice into a new decade of optimism, unity, and trust.”

Kove, who will resign her position on the Venice Neighborhood Council to take the job with Team Bonin, will start work on Tuesday, February 18. She will partner with Tristen Marler, who handles constituent casework in Venice, and Allison Wilhite, who is Bonin’s point person on the bridge housing set to open in Venice February 25.

For more information about Mike Bonin and his team, please visit www.11thdistrict.com.

Comments (12)

  1. Tam Brock

    The proof is in the pudding. Almost a year later and look at what the ‘hell’s cape’ Venice has become. All while Mike Bonin is at the helm. He’s delusional and truly unfit for office. How much worse can it possibly get before things take a turn? He’s playing with fire literally.

  2. Pamela Volpe

    Nisa Kove has taken the time to e- mail and even phone me with answers to questions related to rent obligations during this pandemic, as well made my family feel better about our local Government office. She seems to take a personal approach to communicating with people, she is a great asset to Mike Bonin’s staff.

  3. Nicholas Antonicello

    When will Mike Bonin represent Venice? Patting himself on the back with this bridge housing debacle is enough to regurgitate one’s food. 80% of Venice has an unfavorable to very unfavorable opinion of this flawed and failed elected official. I don’t know what Nisa can do given the fact Bonin hates Venice and the people who live here because they do not subscribe to his Utopian, Orwellian ways!

  4. Bonin's Bumz

    “Team Bonin”. World’s worst team in sports history.

  5. Tim Johnson

    Did any of you apply for the job? Alright Nisa!

  6. Publius

    See if you can stop the Residential Manager at Horizon Apts LLC, Mike’s pet Meth Death Whorehouse of Section 8 fraud and serial violence, to stop forcing those babies to breathe Ed Buck, Becky Dennison and Mike Bonin Meth.

  7. Concerned Venice Resident

    You have got to be kidding me! I went to her Public Safety committee meeting and it was a debacle. Nisa can’t lead her way out if a paper bag.

  8. Alana Levitt

    Happy to see a dedicated Venice resident fill this important role! I’m looking forward to working with you help solve problems together 🙂

  9. Chuck Owens

    Dear Nisa: we all hate you.

  10. Fifi

    A slap in the face to those who bothered to attend her ONE safety committee meeting. She couldn’t run a committee meeting so Bonin hires her. Figures.

  11. Michael Sampson

    Oh great, we have a bum lover as Bonin’s Venice Rep. what could go wrong!?

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