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Town Hall: Mayor-Elect Eric Garcetti + Councilman-Elect Bonin

From Councilman-Elect Mike Bonin:

Too often, when a campaign ends, elected officials stop listening. Not this time!

Councilman-Elect Bonin

I am pleased to welcome Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti to the 11th District this Saturday for a stop on his citywide listening tour. Eric and I want to hear from you. He and I want to hear your proposed solutions to improve our economy, make City Hall work better, and strengthen our neighborhoods.

The Mayor-elect’s “Getting LA Back to Basics” Town Hall will be 1 p.m., Saturday, June 15, at the Windward School, 11350 Palms Boulevard, Mar Vista, 90066.

July 1, when Eric and I officially take office and more than half of the city’s elected officials will be new to their posts, will be a fresh start for Los Angeles. We’ll be in our neighborhoods, putting them first, and listening for solutions and plans to move Los Angeles forward, do good, and get things done.

Space at the school is limited, so please send RSVP’s to Mayor-elect Garcetti’s office at backtobasics@lacity.org, or 213-473-2367.

We hope to see you there.

Thanks so much.

Mike Bonin

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