It is time for WUF’s signature event, the annual Westside Mayors’ Panel! WUF is pleased to welcome the Westside mayors for a candid discussion of each mayor’s priorities, topics of importance to their cities, and common issues that they face. Amid excitement over the region’s economic vibrancy and new developments and challenges like housing, the Westside stands at a crucial juncture.
Potential topics include the mayors’ thoughts on the economic outlook for each of their cities, the impacts of the Trump administration on local cities, collaboration with the county to use Proposition H funds to address homelessness, region-wide housing challenges, and ways cities are planning for current and future transportation changes (Expo and Purple Lines, driverless cars, automated parking), among many other topics of interest across the Westside.
Please note that this panel will begin 15 minutes earlier than usual to accommodate a longer Q and A period at the end.
Mayor Jim B. Clarke, City of Culver City
Mayor Lauren Meister, City of West Hollywood
Mayor Ted Winterer, City of Santa Monica
Mayor of the City of Beverly Hills (invited pending City Council Reorganization on March 28)
Fernando Guerra, Professor of Political Science at Loyola Marymount University and Director of its Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles
The Olympic Collection
11301 Olympic Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90064
7:45am Panel Discussion
$10 student members
$15 student nonmembers
Pre-registration closes on Wednesday, April 19, 2017. After April 19, 2017 and at onsite registration the cost will be an additional $10.00. No refunds or credits will be provided after this date.
**WUF offers a special, discounted rate for individuals involved in land use, planning, and development issues on a grass roots and neighborhood level on an unpaid basis. If you are interested in attending this WUF breakfast with a discounted rate, please send your request to email@example.com with your contact information and description of your neighborhood level activities prior to April 19, 2017. Certain restrictions apply.
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