You’re invited to attend an upcoming town hall to discuss subdividing the Wilshire Center-Koreatown Neighborhood Council to form a new Wilshire Center-Little Bangladesh Neighborhood Council.
All members of the community are invited to attend:
* Free parking is available on-site *
ABOUT THIS SUBDIVISION ELECTION
The decision to subdivide an existing Neighborhood Council is made by the stakeholders of that Council, who will vote on this issue in a special election. A stakeholder of a Neighborhood Council is defined as someone who lives, works, owns a property/business, or who has substantial and ongoing involvement in a local organization such as a school or church within that Council’s boundaries. The voting age for this particular election is 16.
WHAT THE TOWN HALL IS ABOUT
The Town Hall will be co-hosted by the Office of the City Clerk, who administers all Neighborhood Council Elections; EmpowerLA (the LA City Department of Neighborhood Empowerment); and the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners (the Commission that supports the Neighborhood Council system). Presentations will include overviews of the subdivision and elections process.
Read the subdivision application and see a map of the proposed new Neighborhood Council at http://empowerla.org/wclbnc/
HOW TO VOTE IN THIS SUBDIVISION ELECTION
Election Day is Tuesday June 19th. You may vote in person at the polls on that day, or you may opt to vote by mail anytime up to and including the official election day. To apply for a vote by mail ballot for this election, please submit this form by Tuesday June 12th: https://clerkappsele.lacity.org/vbmreg/#/vbm
There will be two polling locations on Election Day for this election:
Both polling locations are open 2:00 – 8:00 PM on June 19th, and parking is available at both locations, free of charge.