7th District Council Candidates to square off in forum Monday.
2010-01-29 · By Editor
On Monday, February 1, the Wrigley Association and California Heights Neighborhood Association will host a forum with candidates running for the Long Beach Seventh District City Council seat. The election will be held April 13, 2010.
There are 4 candidates vying for the 7th District Council seat: Jill Hill (www.jillhillforqualityneighborhoods.com), James Johnson (www.johnsonforcitycouncil.com), Jack Smith (www.justvotejack.org) and write-in candidate Tonia Reyes-Uranga (www.longbeach.gov/District7). All the candidates have been invited to attend. Alan Tolfkoff, long time leader at the Wrigley Association, will server as moderator at the forum.
This forum is a long-time Wrigley Association tradition. The association has held several very successful and well attended forums for the Mayoral, Sixth & Seventh Districts, State Assembly and Auditor races. The Wrigley Association is planning a series of candidate forums for several of the upcoming city-wide elections.
The 7th District Candidates’ Forum will take place at the Wrigley Association meeting on Monday, February 1 at 7:00 p.m. at the Veteran’s Park Social Hall, 101 East 28th Street.
The Wrigley Association is a neighborhood association dedicated to improving the lives in the Wrigley area of Long Beach. The general meetings are held on the first Monday of each month. Child Care and parking are free. Refreshments are served. For more information, call Chris Graeber 424-0790. For informatio about the Wrigley Association visit http://www.neighborhoodlink.com/longbch/wrigley/.
The California Heights Neighborhood Association, which is also part of the 7th Council District, was founded in 1927 and is made up entirely of resident volunteers. To learn more about CHNA, visit www.calheights.org or contact John Royce, president, 424-6727, email@example.com.