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35 to Run in Westwood Neighborhood Council Election

Meet the candidates who are vying for spots on the Westwood Neighborhood Council.

A total of 35 candidates will run for seats on the Westwood Neighborhood Council in the upcoming election.

Elections will be held 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 28 at the Westwood Recreation Center, 1350 South Sepulveda Blvd. All 19 board seats are up for election. Fourteen of the current board members are running for re-election.

In the days leading up to the election, Westwood-Century City Patch will publish profiles on each of the candidates. Check back here to view profiles as they're published. Click on candidates' names below to read their profiles.

Here's a list of the election candidates by seat on the board (I=Incumbent):

Seats 1-4: Owner Residential Group Directors

  • Scott Whittle (I)
  • Constance Boukidis (I)
  • Stephen Resnick (I)
  • Ann Hayman
  • Carole Cohen
  • Brian Weaver
  • Marjan Jamshidi
  • Steve Reasner

Seats 5-8: Rental Residential Group Directors

  • Arman Ghorbani
  • Michael Stajura (I)
  • Jacki Murdock
  • Brant Feldman
  • Ingrid Trejo
  • Samuel Haws
  • Armen Hadjimanoukian
  • David Crew (I)
  • Ryan Krebs
  • Michael Nolasco

Seats 9-12: Business Group Directors

  • Roozbeh Farahanipour (I)
  • Clinton Schudy (I)
  • Susan Leahy
  • Daniel Amos
  • Marcello Robinson (I)
  • Jolie Duhon
  • Dean Abell
  • Eric Norton

Seat 13: Student Director

  • Angus Beverly (I)

Seat 14: Faculty or Staff Director

  • Lisa Chapman (I)

Seat 15: Educational Community Director

  • Laura Winikow (I)

Seat 16: Nonprofit/Arts/Culture/Recreational Community Director

  • Mark Rogo (I)

Seat 17: Faith based Community Director

  • Sarah Austerlitz

Seats 18 and 19: At-Large Directors

  • Scott Tamkin
  • Sander Romick
  • Jerome "Jerry" Brown (I)
  • Mark Herd (I)

Click here for more information about the candidates.

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Carol Spencer October 11, 2012 at 05:19 PM
I have heard that the voting this time will allow eligible voters to vote in all categories. Please advise which category each group can vote if different from the above - i.e. will an owner residential be able to vote for the rental residential and business group - or only within the owner residential with all groups voting for seats 13-19.

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