government


FEDERAL GOVERNMENT


SENATE

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D)

http://www.feinstein.senate.gov/

Current term ends January 3, 2019.

Figure 1. Senator Dianne Feinstein


Winning may not be everything, but losing has little to recommend it.

Dianne Feinstein


committee assignments

  • Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Vice Chairman)
  • Senate Committee on Appropriations
  • Senate Committee on the Judiciary
  • Senate Committee on Rules and Administration




Senator-elect Kamala Harris (D)

http://www.harris.senate.gov/

Term ends January 3, 2023.

Kamala Harris

Figure 2. Senator Kamala Harris


At a time when so many Californians and Americans are uncertain about our future, I will aggressively fight for our families and the ideal of our nation.

Kamala Harris


committee assignments

  • Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs
  • Senate Select Committee on Environment and Public Works
  • Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
  • Senate Committee on the Budget




HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Congressman Brad Sherman (D), District 30

http://sherman.house.gov/

Current term ends January 3, 2019.

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Figure 3. Congressman Brad Sherman


If we want our children to value education, then we must show our appreciation for knowledge.

Brad Sherman


committee assignments

  • Committee on Foreign Affairs
  • Committee on Financial Services




CALIFORNIA STATE GOVERNMENT


STATE SENATE

http://senate.ca.gov/


Senator Henry Stern (D), District 27
http://sd27.senate.ca.gov/

Current term began December 5, 2016.

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Figure 4. Senator Henry Stern





STATE ASSEMBLY

http://assembly.ca.gov/


Assembly Member Matthew Dababneh (D), District 45
http://asmdc.org/members/a45/

Current term began December 5, 2016.

Figure 5. Assembly Member Matthew Dababneh


Listening to Valley residents is one of the most important parts of my job. Town Hall Meetings are an opportunity to discuss issues facing Congress, including health care, the economy, taxes and education. The meetings also are a chance for you to meet my constituent service staff and get help dealing with federal agencies. You can answer questions about the minimum wage, California's business climate, transportation and more by filling out the survey on my website.

Matthew Dababneh



assembly committees

  • Chair, Committee on Banking and Finance: Primary jurisdictions are financial institutions, real property finance, and corporate securities law.
  • Revenue and Taxation: Primary jurisdiction is the Revenue and Taxation Code.
  • Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection
  • Committee on Insurance: Primary jurisdictions are insurance (excluding health insurance), workers compensation, and unemployment compensation.
  • Committee on Water, Parks and Wildlife: Primary jurisdictions are water resources, flood management, fish and game, parks and recreation, and wildlife.
  • Select Committee on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Education
  • Select Committee on Urban Rivers and Streams
  • Select Committee on Youth and California’s Future




CITY OF LOS ANGELES GOVERNMENT


CITY COUNCIL DIRECTORY

https://www.lacity.org/your-government/elected-officials/city-council/council-directory


Council Member Bob Blumenfield, District 3
http://blumenfield.lacity.org/

Current term ends 2017.

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Figure 6. Council Member Bob Blumenfield



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.

Bob Blumenfield


committees

  • Innovation, Technology and General Services Committee, Chair
  • Energy and Environment Committee, Vice-Chair
  • Budget and Finance Committee
  • Audits Committee




WOODLAND HILLS

NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL DISTRICTS

http://www.whcouncil.org/


The WHWCNC is an official advisory body to the City of Los Angeles representing the stakeholders of the Woodland Hills and Warner Center neighborhoods. Stakeholders are those who live, work, own property or participate in the community. The NC is responsible for creating community, improving the quality of life in the neighborhood, ensuring the delivery of City services and educating the stakeholders on how to better participate in City government.

Woodland Hills Neighborhood Council



Neighborhood Council Representatives
There are three elected Representatives and Alternates from each area, comprised of a Residential Stakeholder Representative and Alternate, a Business Stakeholder Representative and Alternate, and an At-Large Stakeholder Representative and Alternate. 

Representatives

At-Large: Karen Koe


Area 1
Resident: Dennis DiBiase
Business: Linda Kouy-Ghadosh
CBO: Larry Kraus
Alternate: Karen DiBiase

Area 2
Resident: open seat
Business: Diane Walton
CBO: Sean McCarthy
Alternate: Raymond Cole


Area 3
Resident: Nancy McClean
Business: Herbert Madsen
CBO: Martin Lipkin
Alternate: open seat


Area 4
Resident: Don Patterson
Business: open seat
CBO: open seat
Alternate: Albert Saur


Area 5
Resident: Dorothy Strackbien Koetz
Business: Richard Hollander
CBO: Mercy Alpert
Alternate: Wayne Lipschitz


Area 6
Resident: H.D. "Pat” Patton
Business: Gordon Murley
CBO: Heath Kline
Alternate: open seat


Area 7
Resident: Aaron Williams
Business: Joyce Fletcher
CBO: Peter Fletcher
Alternate: Marie Pierre


Woodland Hills Neighborhood Council Districts

Figure 7. The seven Neighborhood Council Districts of Woodland Hills




Stakeholder Request Form

Figure 8. Stakeholder Request Form for Woodland Hills Council District (page 1)


Stakeholder Request Form - page 2

Figure 9. Stakeholder Request Form for Woodland Hills Council District (page 2)





References

Figure 1. Senator Barbara Boxer

Balletpedia. (n.d.). Barbara Boxer. Retrieved from http://ballotpedia.org/Barbara_Boxer and http://www.boxer.senate.gov


Figure 2. Senator Kamala Harris

Balletpedia. (n.d.). Barbara Boxer. Retrieved from https://ballotpedia.org/Kamala_Harris and https://www.harris.senate.gov/content/newsroom


Figure 3. Congressman Brad Sherman

Balletpedia. (n.d.). Brad Sherman. Retrieved from http://ballotpedia.org/Brad_Sherman and http://sherman.house.gov


Figure 4. Senator Henry Stern

Balletpedia. (n.d.). Henry Stern. Retrieved from https://ballotpedia.org/Henry_Stern and http://sd27.senate.ca.gov


Figure 5. Assembly Member Matthew Dababneh

Balletpedia. (n.d.). Matthew Dababneh. Retrieved from http://ballotpedia.org/Matt_Dababneh and http://asmdc.org/members/a45/


Figure 6. Council Member Bob Blumenfield

Balletpedia. (n.d.). Matthew Dababneh. Retrieved from http://ballotpedia.org/Bob_Blumenfield and http://blumenfield.lacity.org


Figure 7. The seven Neighborhood Council Districts of Woodland Hills

Department of Neighborhood Empowerment. (2013). Map of neighborhood council districts of Woodland Hills. Retrieved from http://www.whcouncil.org/page2.php?snum=9


Figure 8. Stakeholder Request Form for Woodland Hills Council District (page 1)

Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council. (2016). Action request form. Retrieved from http://whcouncil.org/page2.php?snum=1


Figure 9. Stakeholder Request Form for Woodland Hills Council District (page 2)

Department of Neighborhood Empowerment. (2016). Action request form. Retrieved from http://whcouncil.org/page2.php?snum=1




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