The UNNC Governing Board is currently looking to appoint two Board Seats.
The vacant governing board seats to be filled are:
One At Large Representative – must be a member of the community, 14 years or older, who works or owns property or otherwise identifies oneself as a stakeholder in the Neighborhood Council based upon one’s participation in among other things, parks, recreation areas, public safety organizations, environmental organizations, medical/health organizations, libraries, educational institutions, religious institutions, community organizations, service organizations, non-profit organizations, or other at large entities. At Large Representatives shall maintain such participation during the tenure of their term(s). CANDIDATE FILING FORMS
One Resident Representative from Region 3 – West Adams Avenues – anyone interested in applying for this position must be 14 years or older and reside within the West Adams Avenues neighborhood, which is bounded by Arlington Avenue on the east, the Santa Monica (10) freeway on the north, Adams Boulevard on the south, and Crenshaw Boulevard on the west. CANDIDATE FILING FORMS
Both of these positions will be open for the elections scheduled for October 2012; these appointments may only be until November/December 2012
Responsibilities of UNNC Governing Board members include:
- All UNNC board members attend monthly governing board meetings the first Thursday of every month.
- At Large Representative must become a member of one of the UNNC standing committees, which are: Planning & Zoning, Recreation & Parks, Youth, Public Works, Public Safety, Historic Preservation, Economic Development, and Outreach.
- Resident Representative must attend neighborhood block club and associations on a monthly basis. There are two Resident Representatives in each Region and the two representatives can share these duties. (For map of the Regions, visit www.unnc.org or see our map at the CD 10 office.)
- UNNC Board Member agree to attend committee meetings, such as Planning & Zoning, when there are issues being dealt with involving their area.
- All UNNC board members agree to a Code of Civility and to comply with UNNC Board Rules.
- All UNNC board members agree to volunteer for UNNC-sponsored events and projects.
- All UNNC board members must comply with the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment regulations, including taking workshops and training sessions to enhance one’s knowledge of DONE procedures and City requirements. the City’s Ethics Training, which can be taken online, must be completed within 6 months of being seated on the governing board.
- The Board appointments agree to fulfill the duties for a term of one year or until the next UNNC elections.
Interested Candidates should complete a Candidate Filing Form (At Large / Resident Representative Region 3) , available at www.unnc.org or by emailing Stevie Stern at email@example.com.
Candidate filing forms are also available at the Council District 10 office, 1819 S. Western Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90006 (enter parking lot from Manhattan Place between Washington and 18th).
Candidate Filing Forms submission due date: Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Candidate Filing Forms can be submitted by email or dropped off at the Council District 10 office, 1819 S. Western Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90006.
Candidates will interview with the UNNC Executive Committee: Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Appointments will be voted on by the Governing Board: Thursday, May 5, 2012
Questions? Call 323-731-8686 or email Stevie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
United Neighborhoods of the historic Arlington Heights, West Adams, and Jefferson Park Communities Neighborhood Council
Our mission is to empower and bring together a diverse community to maintain and improve the quality of life. UNNC is involved with community issues such as economic development, land use and zoning, parks, tracking City services, and more.
UNNC Boundaries: south side of Pico Boulevard from Crenshaw to Normandie, north side of Rodeo Road between Crenshaw & Arlington, west side of Normandie from Pico south to the 10 Freeway, west to the west side of Western Avenue from the 10 Freeway south to Jefferson Boulevard and west to the east side of Arlington south to Rodeo Road, and, the east side of Crenshaw from Pico to Rodeo. To view our map, visit our web site at www.unnc.org.