She became the first local planning commissioner to serve on the citywide planning commission. Named by Mayor Eric Garcetti, she is now privileged to serve as a commissioner on the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners. Commissioner Lipmen is a nonprofit leader, community activist, parenting advocate, and Commissioner for the West Area of Los Angeles.
He served as past president, secretary, and board member of the Palms Neighborhood Council. He was the first person in the City of Los Angeles to win an election by instant runoff voting. While on the board, he oversaw a neighborhood clean-up and outreach program, a mural and beautification project that led to dozens of community art projects, and the re-development of Woodbine Park in Palms. He is passionate about improving his neighborhood and ensuring that it is a safe, clean, and fun place for his young family to live in.
Professionally, he consults for local and national nonprofits and issues campaigns to improve their communications and marketing. He is a progressive leader who has worked to decrease our dependence on oil, end genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan, provide a safe haven for immigrants, improve our health care system, provide shelter for the homeless, improve public transportation and equity in Los Angeles, and decrease traffic in the region.
Since becoming a resident of the San Fernando Valley in Leonard Shaffer has volunteered in many capacities. His participation in neighborhood organizations began in when he first joined the Tarzana Property Owners Association and he has continued to be an active member of the Board of Directors.
He became interested in the idea of neighborhood councils after attending a series of conferences sponsored by the USC Public Participation Project prior to the passage of the Charter. He attended several city-wide meetings presented by the new Department of Neighborhood Empowerment for the purpose of formulating the plan mandated by the Charter.
In , as chair of the formation committee, he led the effort to form a neighborhood council in Tarzana. Leonard is currently the Chair of the Tarzana Neighborhood Council. Leonard expanded his participation from Tarzana to the City of Los Angeles. That session evolved into a series of meetings that existed until January at which time USC announced that they would no longer be able to support the program.
Neighborhood council members present voted to continue meeting with the goal of the creation of a continuous city-wide Congress of Neighborhood Councils.
Leonard was chosen to facilitate the new group. In February he participated in the formation of what eventually became the Los Angeles Neighborhood Council Coalition, a group that he chaired almost continuously until January In he was appointed to the Neighborhood Council Review Commission where he served as a member of the Commissions Executive Director Search Committee, as chair of the Budget Committee and a member of the ad hoc committee on grievances.
He is a participant in the Valley Alliance of Neighborhood Councils and has been a member of its executive committee. He keeps active in the law field by helping fellow ham radio operators as a Volunteer Council for the American Radio Relay League. He has taught several classes concerning criminal justice at the University of Phoenix. Debbie Wehbe is a native of Hollywood, an educator, businesswoman, and community leader. She attended local public schools prior to receiving her education degrees from USC.
The Hollywood Sentinels Neighborhood Watch was born, and Debbie and her neighborhoods patrolled nightly for four years. Community clean-ups, tree plantings, and youth programs followed. The Hollywood Beautification Team grew out of this time, and Debbie is a one of its founders. She continues to devote her energy to this business to seek equity for the residents of Los Angeles. In , Debbie certified the 1st neighborhood council in Hollywood, the Central Hollywood Neighborhood Council, and went on to serve as President for 9 years, and Treasurer for 2 years, while serving on the Planning, Land Use, and Management Committee throughout.
For 10 years, she held the position of Commissioner on Private Education for the State of California, advising on education programs and legislation that affect California children and families. Red Paisley Tuxedo Vest Set. Turquoise Paisley Tuxedo Vest Set.
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