Here’s a quick update on issues of concern to our Parkland Supporters since my last update on March 7th.
PVE Election Results

Voter turnout for the March 7th PVE Municipal Election was about 25%, a lower percentage than the turnout for the PVHA Election – which bolsters our argument that the PVHA quorum requirement should be lowered so that we can have democratically elected PVHA Directors. The PVE election showed that our residents want change – voting in two new City Councilmembers (Kenny Kao and Sandy Davidson) and a new Treasurer (Victoria Lozzi). The Measure D “Parcel/Fire Tax which was endorsed by the current City councilmembers failed to pass. For the specifics, click here.
It is notable that after the new Councilmembers are sworn in April, all five PVE City Councilmembers who voted for the MOU and the sale of parklands in 2012 will have been replaced.

Poll on PVE Election and Measure D (“Parcel/Fire Tax”)
In the March 2017 election in PVE, Measure D “Parcel/Fire Tax failed to pass (61.2% voting “yes” were less than the 2/3 vote required). As such, it would be helpful to gauge public insight on the reasons it did not pass, and to understand what modifications might garner greater public support. So PVrrg has launched a quick survey.
All responses are confidential and the results will be published for the public and the City of Palos Verdes Estates to see at The survey takes less than two minutes — click here for the link.
Your voice matters, so please participate.
Save Our Parkland and Preserve our Home Values – Please Vote!
All the best,

John Harbison
(310) 739-1838
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