Welcome to the Valley!

I love the San Fernando Valley. It's where my wife and I are raising our children, where my parents are enjoying their golden years and home to the best people in the nation. It is an honor to serve and a privilege to represent the Valley on the Los Angeles City Council.

Please explore the resources offered on this website and remember that my staff and I, whether based out of my district office in Reseda or at City Hall, are here to serve you above all else. Please feel free to stop by – we are ready to help. Together we will work to achieve our shared goals and create the Los Angeles it should, can, and deserves to be. 

Thank you.



Councilmember, Third District

  • Upcoming events

    Thursday, July 02, 2015 at 02:00 PM
    Winnetka Covention Center in Winnetka , CA

    Blood Drive

    Join the Winnetka Neighborhood Council and the American Red Cross on Thursday as they host a blood drive. Give Blood , Save lives. 

    Saturday, July 11, 2015 at 07:00 PM · $77.00 USD
    Monterey @ Encino Glen in Enicno, CA

    Valley Jewish Community Center


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    Mid-Term Report

    Friends- July 1 marks the completion of my second year as Councilmember and the midway point of my first term in office. It has been a partnership, and I am grateful to you for making it possible. Together we have accomplished much, but many challenges remain. Please take a look at my Mid-Term Report e-book. It outlines the accomplishments of the past two years and sets the course for an even greater future for the San Fernando Valley.
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    Tackling LA's Broken Sidewalks

    Today we delved into the issues surrounding our crumbling sidewalks as the City Council began an urgent conversation around sidewalk repair in the City of Los Angeles. For too long, LA neighborhoods have been strangled by broken, buckled, impassible, and dangerous sidewalks that have threatened safety and jeopardized economic activity due to decades of neglect. Earlier this year, I was proud to play a role in pushing the City to resolve ongoing litigation that had previously hampered efforts to comprehensively address our sidewalk infrastructure. In settling, the City made a $1.4 billion commitment to sidewalk repairs and pedestrian improvements, the first $31 million of which are included in the recently passed budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Today, in a special joint hearing of the Council’s Public Works and Gang Reduction Committee and the Budget and Finance Committee, of which I am a member, we took first steps toward bringing our sidewalks into compliance with the American with Disabilities Act and making them passable and safe for all Angelenos. Several field hearings will be held throughout Los Angeles to follow up on today’s discussion. We considered recommendations that include:
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