City Council Elections are on March 5th. Who are you voting for?

MCHA & LBHOA (Lunada Bay Homeowners Association) have partnered to bring you video in a 2 part series from the Candidates Forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters on Feb. 11th at PVE City Hall.  There are 3 spots open for City Council. Questions were submitted from residents of PVE.

The League of Women Voters of Palos Verdes Peninsula hosted a forum for City Council candidates for the 2019 Municipal Election. The forum has held in the PVE Council Chambers on February 11, 2019. This is Part I of two parts. To continue to Part II, go to https://youtu.be/OFowBIQtTus
The League of Women Voters of Palos Verdes Peninsula hosted a forum for City Council candidates for the 2019 Municipal Election. The forum has held in the PVE Council Chambers on February 11, 2019. This is Part II of two parts.

What's on the March 7th Ballot for PVE?

Who are you voting for?

We have compiled all the Candidate's info in one handy place just for you.  Check out their bios and 100 word or less personal statements as well as official March ballot.

Special Election Edition Newsletter

 

LBHOA (Lunada Bay Homeowners Association) and MCHA have partnered to bring you video from the Candidates and Ballot Measure Forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters on Feb. 2nd at PVE City Hall.  Questions were submitted from residents of PVE.

Candidate Forum hosted February 2, 2017 by the League of Women Voters, Palos Verdes Peninsula. This video is for the City Council seats.
Candidate Forum hosted February 2, 2017 by the League of Women Voters, Palos Verdes Peninsula. This video is for the City Treasurer position.
Candidate Forum hosted February 2, 2017 by the League of Women Voters, Palos Verdes Peninsula. This video is for the Measure M.

Via Pinale / Via Ramon Parkland Triangle Beautification Celebration

The Malaga Cove Homeowners Association hosted a reception on July 28 at the Via Pinale/Via Ramon Parkland Triangle for its volunteers, city decision makers, partners and financial contributors. The successful beautification of this parkland was celebrated at this event co-chaired by Tricia Rapaport and Valerie Beranek.
The 7200 square foot triangular piece of Palos Verdes Estates Parkland has been transformed with the addition of over 250 drought-tolerant plants that will provide visual interest throughout the seasons. Local natural materials such as Palos Verdes stone and wood chips were re-purposed and used on this site for practical design and aesthetic effects. Neighbors, library patrons and concert goers are now able to safely walk through this central piece of community parkland rather than being forced to walk along the narrow and busy streets, while enjoying the new beautiful plants and existing trees.
Although the project was initiated and led by the Malaga Cove Homeowners Association and its Project Chair Tricia Rapaport, it could have never succeeded without the financial and hands-on volunteer efforts of the Young Professionals Network of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Association of Realtors. Other essential funding was provided by the Palos Verdes Homes Association as well as 21 individual Malaga Cove households.  Additionally, resident Mark Paullin donated and delivered Palos Verdes stone to the site. Critical support also came from the City of PVE, who provided rock material and wood chips required by the landscape plan, and who will maintain the site going forward. Ric Dykzuel Landscape Designer and Bennett Landscaping were hired to design and prepare the site and procure and deliver the native and other drought-tolerant plants.  
Hands-on Volunteers were Valerie Beranek, Tricia Rapaport, Edward Barrios, Christy Carrillo, Robert Dixon, Jane Felland, Cheryl Kohr, Marla Virgin, Ryan Crabtree, Jill Shoemaker, Sep Ebrahimi and Norma Fernandez. Sunscreen was provided by Dr. Cynthia Lazzaro of Good Dermatology in Torrance.
List of Financial Contributors- Young Professionals Network/Palos Verdes Peninsula Association of Realtors, Palos Verdes Homes Association, Malaga Cove Homeowners Association, Phil and Marilouise Huff, Jane Felland and Michael Varon, Linda Elliott and Ray Johnson, Deborah Eppolito, Vanessa and Tim Roettger, Susan and Bob Chang, Jimi Andersen, Mark and Michelle Towns, Richard and Marcie May, Kelly and Ken Miller, Roseann DeLuca, Pauline and Al Rosen, John and Janice Cartwright, Mark Paullin, Kirchofer Family, Bill Karg, Pauline and Brian Harris, Patricia and Larry Murphy, Philip and Lynn Solomita, George Edwards and Jill Shoemaker and Valerie Gorsuch.

Malaga Cove Beautification Project

The Malaga Cove Homeowners Association is proud to announce the completion of its neighborhood beautification project in upper Malaga Cove.  A 7,200 square foot triangular piece of Palos Verdes Estates Parkland at the intersection of Via Ramon and Via Pinale has been transformed with the addition of over 250 drought-tolerant plants that will provide visual interest throughout the seasons. Local natural materials such as Palos Verdes stone and wood chips were re-purposed and used on this site for practical design and aesthetic effects. Neighbors will now be able to safely walk through this central piece of community parkland rather than being forced to walk along the narrow and busy streets, while enjoying the new beautiful plants and existing trees.
Although the project was initiated and led by the Malaga Cove Homeowners Association and its Project Chair Tricia Rapaport, it could have never succeeded without the financial and hands-on volunteer efforts of the Young Professionals Network of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Association of Realtors. Other essential funding was provided by the Palos Verdes Homes Association as well as 21 individual Malaga Cove households. Additionally, resident Mark Paullin donated and delivered Palos Verdes stone to the site. Critical support also came from the City of PVE, who provided rock material and wood chips required by the landscape plan, and who will maintain the site going forward. Ric Dykzuel, Landscape Designer and Bennett Landscaping were hired to design and prepare the site and procure and deliver the native and other drought-tolerant plants.  
Hands-on Volunteers were Valerie Beranek, Tricia Rapaport, Edward Barrios, Christy Carrillo, Robert Dixon, Jane Felland, Cheryl Kohr, Marla Virgin, Ryan Crabtree, Jill Shoemaker, Sep Ebrahimi and Norma Fernandez. Sunscreen was provided by Dr. Cynthia Lazzaro of Good Dermatology in Torrance.
List of Financial Contributors- Young Professionals Network/Palos Verdes Peninsula Association of Realtors, Palos Verdes Homes Association, Malaga Cove Homeowners Association, Phil and Marilouise Huff, Jane Felland and Michael Varon, Linda Elliott and Ray Johnson, Deborah Eppolito, Vanessa and Tim Roettger, Susan and Bob Chang, Jimi Andersen, Mark and Michelle Towns, Richard and Marcie May, Kelly and Ken Miller, Roseann DeLuca, Pauline and Al Rosen, John and Janice Cartwright, Mark Paullin, Kirchofer Family, Bill Karg, Pauline and Brian Harris, Patricia and Larry Murphy, Philip and Lynn Solomita, George Edwards and Jill Shoemaker and Valerie Gorsuch.

Volunteers at the intersection of Via Ramon and Via Pinale.