David Hernandez

Community activist in the San Fernando Valley

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Community activist in the San Fernando Valley, and a member of North Hollywood Northeast Neighborhood Council

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The campaign for  Measure R  on this week's Los Angeles City ballot, which said it would limit the influence of lobbyists at City Hall and "set term limits" on the City Council, …

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The campaign for Measure R on this week's Los Angeles City ballot, which said it would limit the influence of lobbyists at City Hall and "set term limits" on the City Council, …

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