Greg Wright – Councilmember North Hollywood West Neighborhood Council
As a homeowner in our neighborhood, there are many concerns I have regarding the current and future state of North Hollywood. I’m sure you share many of these same concerns. Crime continues to be an issue, including graffiti and more violent crimes. We also have issues with abandoned vehicles, broken sidewalks, homelessness, over-development, and a lack of safe, green spaces. We need to foster the growth of local businesses and business owners, ensuring we have a robust and versatile offering for our residents. As new developments go up in our neighborhood, it’s important that we have someone fighting for the residents in our neighborhood and ensuring our voices are heard at the city and county levels and I promise to be that voice.
More About NoHo West Neighborhood Council
The North Hollywood West Neighborhood Council of the City of Los Angeles is dedicated to serve as a voice in the best interest of the community quality of life within the City’s decision-making process and to provide an open forum in which stakeholders may discuss and resolve community issues. The boundaries of the NoHo West Neighborhood Council are below.
Who can vote in NoHo West Neighborhood Council Elections?
All stakeholders aged sixteen (16) and above are entitled to vote in the Neighborhood Council elections. Voters will verify their stakeholder status by a self-affirmation process.