Joel Bellman

Office of LA County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky

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Spokesman for Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky who represents the 3rd District, which includes West Hollywood, West Los Angeles, Santa Monica, and Westlake Village, and parts of the San Fernando Valley.

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Last month, it was Zev Yaroslavsky's turn to chair the meetings of LA County's Board of Supervisors.

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Last month, it was Zev Yaroslavsky's turn to chair the meetings of LA County's Board of Supervisors.

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