Paul Krekorian

Los Angeles City Council

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Paul Krekorian is a Los Angeles City Councilman representing the 2nd District (San Fernando Valley to Sunland-Tujunga) and Chair of the City's Budget and Finance Committee. A resident of Valley Glen, he is a former assistant majority leader and representative for California's 43rd Asembly District. He worked for many years as a lawyer, specializing in intellectual property while working closely with members of the entertainment industry.

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