MISSION HILLS NC ELECTIONS

OFFICIAL CANVASS OF VOTES
At-Large Directors
JESSE M. MARTINEZ
CLINT C. SCOTT
Residential Homeowner Directors *

Klinger & Garcia tied, a drawing was held on Monday, August 6, 2012 and Garcia prevailed

RAYMOND X. GARCIA 
Residential Renter Governors
DEBRA DALTON
Business Owner Governors
CRAIG B. FORRY
Youth Governor
ROBERTO MARTIN
Employee Governor
VACANT – no candidates
Business Property Owner Governor
VACANT – no candidates
*Residential Homeowner Directors is a Tie.Tie votes shall be resolved by drawing straws immediately after the canvassing of votes if all candidates or their designated representatives are present or within 2 calendar days with notice provided on the Department website. The IEA or other Department staff will conduct the tie resolution in public view and candidates or their designated representatives will be requested to be present. ~ NC 2012 Election Procedure Sec. XIV.
Click here to download Final Canvass of Votes (pdf)

 

Open Board Seats 2012 – Mission Hills NC
BOARD POSITION
# OF SEATS
ELECTED OR APPOINTED?
QUALIFICATIONS TO
RUN FOR THE SEAT

QUALIFICATIONS TO
VOTE FOR THE SEAT
At-Large Directors Term: 4 years 2 Elected Stakeholders who live, work, own property or declare a stake in the neighborhood and affirm a factual basis for it who are 18 years or older. Stakeholders who live, work, own property or declare a stake in the neighborhood and affirm a factual basis for it who are 18 years older.
CANDIDATES FILED:

Jesse M. Martinez

I consider myself a leader with a vision and the commitment to make things happen.
I believe that if We all share the same vision and determination, We can achive all that We set our minds to.
I see our city as a safe family oriented community, that can become a safer and even more family oriented place to live, work, etc.
I believe that “A CLEAN COMMUNITY, IS A SAFE COMMUNITY”.
I can envision an army of volunteers that will keep our neighborhoods clean.
As the project manager in our last community clean up, I have shown the commitment to bring the community together.
I look forward to serving our community in the future.
THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT.

Melvin L. Moody

Burt Sarjentt

I would like to empower the neighborhood.

There is a need to bring in more businesses into the area to create more wealth and prosperity for all.

Jobs are needed in the area to enlarge the tax base and bring a better quality of life for all people.

Better more people friendly bicycle and walking routes for all in the valley area would be nice.

I would just like to help improve the status of life for all people.

Clint C. Scott

Residential Homeowner Directors Term: 4 years  1 Elected Stakeholders who are a home or condo owner within the MHNC boundaries and who are 18 years or older. Stakeholders who live, work, own property or declare a stake in the neighborhood and affirm a factual basis for it who are 18 years older.
CANDIDATES FILED:

Raymond X. Garcia

After living in Mission Hills for 31 years, I feel it is time to participate in our community affairs.

Taking and active part in making our government more responsive to local needs is one of my goals.

Helping inform and unite our council should sway the powers to listen and respond to our needs and interests.

My experience as a Workers Compensation Claims Person and Litigator should be an asset.

Randy W. Kuluva

Otto Klinger

The City of Mission Hills Neighborhood Council (MHNC) incorporates the north San Fernando Valley’s freeway triangle of the 405, the 5 and the 118 freeways. As such it is the prime site of “the future” of the S.F. Valley and the City of L.A.

MH also is a major center itself, with the old SF Mission, the Grand Providence Holy Cross Medical Center, the Superb Armenian Center, with it’s nursing and residence homes, but also a major conference center; a school for social and industrial and other students, major medical center providers, among other critically important business, fire department and police services; and Alemany High School.

MH opens to the north, via the 5 and the 14 freeways, the entre to all that is north (really great!) including not only the freeways, but to a potential rail system north, giving full access to all “points north”.

Residential Renter Governors Term: 4 years 1 Elected Stakeholders who are a renter within the MHNC boundaries and who are 18 years or older. Stakeholders who live, work, own property or declare a stake in the neighborhood and affirm a factual basis for it who are 18 years older.
CANDIDATES FILED:

Debra Dalton

As a Mission Hills resident for 11 years, our community has undergone numerous changes; some good, some not so good. The good was the opening of the Mission Hills Police Department. The not so good was seeing the closing of the Hallmark Store shortly after the relocation of Empire Hardware after serving the Mission Hills community for 55 years. Why? Well, to be honest, we haven’t received and honest answer. If elected, I will listen to my neighbors, and represent them, their best interests and fight for what is right. To improve the quality of life in Mission Hills will take team work and an open line of communication between council members, residents, & business owners.

Business Owner Governors Term: 4 years 1 Elected Stakeholders who are a business owner or property owner within the MHNC boundaries and who are 18 years or older. Stakeholders who live, work, own property or declare a stake in the neighborhood and affirm a factual basis for it who are 18 years older.
CANDIDATES FILED:

Craig B. Forry

I have operated my law firm at its present location on Sepulveda Boulevard since 2004 and I have seen the development and improvement of the Mission Area with the construction of the Mission Area police Station, and now the new Facey building. Because I concentrate on real estate law and I have been a licensed broker in California since 2004, I am aware of how important the role of a neighborhood council can be in helping make a community safe for residents and businesses.

I am interested in the further development and improvement of this area not only because I conduct business here, but because both of my children have been students at Alemany High School. My daughter Savanna Forry graduated this year from Alemany, but my son Clayton Forry will be a sophomore in the fall and a student in the area for the next three years.

Employee Governor Term: 4 years 1  Elected Stakeholder who works in a business within the MHNC boundaries and who is 18 years or older Stakeholders who live, work, own property or declare a stake in the neighborhood and affirm a factual basis for it who are 18 years older.
Business Property Owner Governor Term: 4 years 1 Elected Stakeholder who owns a business property within the MHNC boundaries and who is 18 years older. Stakeholders who live, work, own property or declare a stake in the neighborhood and affirm a factual basis for it who are 18 years older.
Youth Governor Term: 4 years 1 Elected Stakeholder who lives, works, owns property or declares a stake in the neighborhood and affirms a factual basis for it who is between the ages of 16 and 25. Stakeholders who live, work, own property or declare a stake in the neighborhood and affirm a factual basis for it who are 18 years older.
CANDIDATES FILED:

Roberto Martin

Roberto Martin, a philanthropist, a leader, and an advocate has dedicated his best efforts to return the unconditional assistance his community has given him. Born in Sylmar, and raised in Mission Hills, has allowed Roberto Martin to profoundly know the good of his community, the bad of his community, but overall the needs of his community. Currently Roberto Martin is in the process of earning his undergraduate degree in Accountancy at the California State University of Northridge. Roberto Martin has begun his professional career as an intern at a global accounting conglomerate Ernst & Young LLP. His education, and the early start to a promising career, has allowed him to decide that it is finally time to commit to respond to the needs of his community. Overall Mission Hills needs a young, energetic, and authentic leader that is cognizant about the critical issues that affect this community.

ELECTIONS INFO

LAPD Mission Police Station
11121 Sepulveda Blvd
Mission Hills CA 91345

Polling Hours:
1:00 to 5:00 pm

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