Culver City Observer -

Realtors Support Wyant, Tiggs & Erickson


March 10, 2016

Scott Wyant, Marcus Tiggs and Goran Erikson all garnered the support of the Local Candidate Recommendation Committee (LCRC) an arm of the Beverly Hills / Greater Los Angeles Association of Realtors (BH / GLAAR) whose members include the Culver City area.

Wyant commented "I am also proud to carry the support of the BH / GLAAR. They know that my deep background in planning and land use provides me insights into the real estate market that puts me ahead of the competition."

Wyant points to the renaissance of Hayden Tract, West Washington and the Arts District, as well as the Hotel District. "The resulting revenues flowing to City coffers have enabled Culver City to maintain the enviable levels of police, fire, school and municipal services that Culver City residents have come to expect and depend upon," he adds.

Tiggs remarked, "I am honored to receive the support of the Beverly Hills/Greater Los Angeles Association of Realtors (BHGLAAR). Harry Culver's vision 100 years ago was to design an economic base that balances the residential with commercial. This resonates especially today with the upcoming Market Hall project and rejuvenation of West Washington, the long awaited Parcel B mixed-use project in downtown, the explosive Transit Oriented Development projects at National and Washington, the Arts District at East Washington, adaptive and creative space in-fills and the list goes on. Harry Culver's vision also gives me pause as well when looking at the issues surrounding mansionization and unbearable traffic. Listening to residents and providing a balance is critical in moving our city forward. I strongly feel my experience as a practicing bankruptcy lawyer and proven leadership as a combat veteran and retired army Lt. Col. brings distinguishable and unique skillsets to the council."

"Realtors have a great understanding of our community and what it takes to make our neighborhoods great, so to earn their support is really an honor," Eriksson said. "From mansionization and density to affordability and zoning, our city faces many issues related to housing and I am proud that the Beverly Hills/Greater Los Angeles Association of Realtors® believes I am the candidate who can help lead our city forward."

Wyant was also endorsed by the Culver City Employees Association.


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