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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New LA City Council President Paul Krekorian says he supports having more members on the council and creating an independent redistricting commission.

More seats on LA City Council? New President Paul Krekorian says yes

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