|THE CHATSWORTH ROUNDUP | UPDATE |
This is just a reminder of how important it is for you and your neighbors to vote Tuesday evening in the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council election. If you have been following the news, you know that the City Council has been combining city departments, and slashing budgets and services which will directly impact your quality of life. The Neighborhood Council is your voice at City Hall.
The larger the voter turnout, the more clout you will have with elected and appointed officials. If you are reading this newsletter, it means you have an interest in Chatsworth, and under the City Clerk's election rules, you qualify as a Stakeholder and voter. To learn about the candidates for the 21 at-large seats, click here. You can also meet the candidates, or review a binder of their candidate statements, under the tent in the Chatsworth Train Depot parking lot. We hope to see you Tuesday, March 2, between 2 to 8 p.m., at the Chatsworth Train Depot polling place, 10038 Old Depot Plaza Road, Chatsworth.
The next evening, Wednesday, March 3, the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council will be hosting City Controller Wendy Greuel at an open forum. Come ask your questions about the city budget crisis, the audits performed by her office, and any other city issues. The board meeting begins 7 p.m. at Lawrence Middle School, 10100 Variel Ave., Chatsworth.
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