President, Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council
President of the Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council; founder and chair of Valley Alliance of Neighborhood Councils and an opponent of the Van Nuys name change
For the past 20 years, neighborhoods in the San Fernando Valley have been changing their names. West Hills split from Canoga Park; Valley Village left North Hollywood.
Jun. 25, 2009
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