Valley VOTE Meeting

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Valley VOTE Meeting
Monday, January 16, 2017, 6:30pm

Galpin Ford – 2nd Floor Meeting Room, 15555 Roscoe Blvd., North Hills, CA 91343More info


Valley VOTE
AGENDA Monday  Jan.16, 2017   6:30 pm – 8:20 pm

Galpin Ford – 2nd floor meeting room                  15555 Roscoe Blvd (at the 405)

Free parking in Galpin Lot on the West side of  Orion. Please do not park in the customer parking areas.

6: 30pm     Networking
7: 05pm   Introductions – Flag Salute
7: 10 pm  Valley VOTE Committees – limited questions

Vic Viereck            Rentals                                                    

David DeVoss       Neighborhood Integrity Initiative

Ernie Hilger           Veterans Update

Denny Schneider   LAX

7:40 pm       Wayne Hunter  – President of the North Valley Coalition

Arrived in the United States from Australia in 1969 and became a U.S. Citizen in 1985.  Over 30 years experience in Industrial Engineering as an engineer, supervisor, and manager involving products in electronics, aircraft transparencies, simulators, composite structures. Since1981 has represented the community by responding to Environmental Impact Reports (EIRs) and Mitigated Negative Declarations (MNDs) on behalf of the North Valley Coalition and/or the Granada Hills North Neighborhood Council for most projects in the northeast end of the San Fernando Valley such as: the Sunshine Canyon Landfill–City & County Expansions, Los Angeles Police Academy Training Facility, Sunset Farms, MWD Jensen Filtration Plant Expansion, Chiquita Canyon Landfill Expansion, Bradley Landfill Expansion, Cascades, Holy Cross Hospital Expansion, Las Lomas, Henry Mayo Hospital Expansion to name a few.  Currently working on the Pacoima Dam Sediment Removal Project.

Positions currently held:

·        President, North Valley Coalition of Concerned Citizens   (NVC) – Granada Hills, CA.
·        President, Patriot Oil Community Benefit Trust Fund of 2002, Granada Hills, CA.
·        Chair, Sunshine Canyon County Landfill Community Advisory Committee (SCL-CAC), City & County of Los Angeles.
·        Member, Alternative Technology Advisory Subcommittee – County of Los Angeles Solid Waste Management Committee
·        Board Member, District 3 Representative, Granada Hills North Neighborhood Council (GHNNC) – City of L.A  (4th  term).   Planning & Land Use Management Committee & Safety Committee of the GHNNC

Past positions held:

Vice President, Environmental Affairs Commission – City of Los Angeles. Member;  Mayor’s Task Force on Alternatives to Landfills Committee (LOC) – City of Los Angeles;  Member, Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) – Land Use, Granada Hills – 12th Council District ; Member, Sunshine Canyon Amenities Committee – City of Los Angeles / 12th Council District ; Alternate Member, Solid Waste Action Group (SWAG) – City of Los Angeles

We would like to thank Wayne Hunter for taking time from his busy schedule to be with us today.

Adjourn  8:20pm

Valley VOTE is a 501c4 nonprofit with NO PAID STAFF. We need the ANNUAL dues payments from our members to continue to meet our goals.  Member 25$;  Board Member – 50$.     Mail your check to Valley VOTE – 14622 Ventura Blvd. #424 Sherman Oaks CA. 91403. Thank you for your support.

Valley VOTE Mission Statement

Valley VOTE is a diverse coalition of San Fernando Valley residents, business people, educators, community activists, and organizations, committed to exploring and fostering the implementation of programs that empower the people of the San Fernando Valley and the City of Los Angeles, to improve local governance, education and public participation on policy matters. We meet monthly to address key policy issues and hear reports from our standing committee chairs.

For additional information about Valley VOTE, for an upcoming meeting agenda, or for previous meeting reports and press releases, we encourage you to go to our web site –

The press and public are invited to attend our meetings. Our next meeting will be Mon. evening Feb 20, 2017

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