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The Future of Porter Ranch

Record voter turnout at PRNC election.
Record voter turnout at PRNC election.
Voters braved the cold and the rain on Saturday to vote for the five open seats on the Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council.  

It was a record turnout for the PRNC's ten year history. Seven-hundred and thirty voters showed up Saturday's election more than doubling the votes for the election of 2012.

According to the the canvass of votes the new elected board members are.  Alex Kim, Ashley Lee, Cindy Lee, Eric Nam and Anthony Park. (these results still need to be certified by the City of Los Angeles) 

The PRNC says goodbye to the four incumbent board members that ran: Bright Aregs, Maha Batta, Mel Mitchell and Dick Rippey. Board member Vas Singh decided not to run for another term.

With the election behind the council and the community, attention turns to one of Porter Ranch's biggest topics, the acquisition of Shapell Home's by Toll Brothers.

Porter Ranch stakeholders have wondered how this purchase impacts the future of home building in Porter Ranch, commercial expansion and will Toll Brother's be as passionate about Porter Ranch as Shapell Home's was?  Jim Boyd, Regional Vice President of Toll Brother's will give a presentation to stakeholders at PRNC's next board meeting tomorrow night, Tuesday, March 4th at 6M at Shepherd of the Hills Church.   

Visit prnc.org or like Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council on Facebook for the latest on PRNC and all that's happening in Porter Ranch.  
Brian Aherne March 03, 2014 at 03:58 PM
Gosh. we did not even know about the elections. Maybe the new folk will do a better job on that front.
Sean O'Rourke March 03, 2014 at 04:36 PM
Brian I encourage you to sign up for our newsletter at prnc.org.

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