Your Vote Impacts The Future Of Porter Ranch

The PRNC partnered with Councilmember Mitchell Englander on Porter Ranch community signs.
The PRNC partnered with Councilmember Mitchell Englander on Porter Ranch community signs.

The Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council is holding an election on Saturday, March 1, 9am-1pm at Shepherd of the Hills Church, 19700 Rinaldi St. Those who live, work or own property in Porter Ranch are eligible to vote. There are 22 candidates vying for your 5 votes. 

“What difference will my vote make?” you ask? Plenty! There are lots of prospective changes ahead for Porter Ranch and the PRNC board members role is to hear your voice and represent your opinion to the City on proposals affecting Porter Ranch. Expected issues in the next four years include: residential development by Toll Brothers, commercial development by Shapell, proposed Aliso Canyon drilling, bike lanes, parking, traffic flow and more.

Just last year the Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council celebrated ten years of service to the community, sponsored a Community Emergency Response Training class preparing 50 Porter Ranch residents for emergencies, and completed the project to have Porter Ranch designated as a community with the official blue signs.

Continuing the PRNC tradition of bringing speakers on current issues to Porter Ranch, the Tuesday, March 4, 6pm meeting at Shepherd of the Hills Church will feature Toll Brothers who just acquired Shapell’s homebuilding operations. Come hear about their vision for the future of Porter Ranch. 

Your vote will make a difference in the future of Porter Ranch. Get ready to vote and read about the candidates at: http://www.prnc.org/2014elections, then come cast your ballot on March 1.


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