Richard Close

Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association

Guest

President of the Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association and an attorney in private practice; former member of the Los Angeles City Redistricting Commission (2001); former co-chair of Valley VOTE, the group that spearheaded the San Fernando Valley secession

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