As a member of the new Commission on neighborhood councils, lawyer Lee Kanon Alpert Will have a big say in the way charter reform Reaches the grassroots level

A former board member of Valley VOTE, the group pushing Valley secession, Encino real estate lawyer Lee Kanon Alpert is now one of three people who will oversee the future structure of the neighborhood councils outlined in the new city charter...

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