Culver City Observer -

L.A. League of Conservation Voters Endorses

 

January 28, 2016

he Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters (LALCV) – which has supported pro-environment local candidates throughout Los Angeles County for more than three decades – announces its endorsement of Councilmember Meghan Sahli-Wells for re-election to the Culver City Council in the upcoming April 12 election.

"Councilmember Meghan Sahli-Wells has been a strong environmental advocate and a thoughtful and effective leader for Culver City," said LALCV President Tom Eisenhauer. "On the City Council, she has been an extraordinary force for pro-environment priorities vital to quality of life in Culver City – like water conservation, active transportation, affordable housing, services for the homeless, and comprehensive oil drilling regulations."

Sahli-Wells has served on the City Council for four years, and she is Culver City's immediate past Mayor. Previously, she held multiple community leadership roles and spearheaded several important local initiatives. Notably, Sahli-Wells co-founded the Culver City Bicycle Coalition, one of the first local chapters of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition, and Transition Culver City, part of the international Transition Network.

More information on her campaign is available at meghansahliwells.com.

Founded in 1976, the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters (LALCV) is dedicated to electing leadership throughout Los Angeles County to preserve, protect and enhance the environment. LALCV has helped elect more than 100 pro-environment officials throughout the county. LALCV endorsements are determined by its all-volunteer Board, which is composed of Los Angeles County residents committed to advancing environmental priorities.

 

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