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March 7, 2017 — Local Elections
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March 7, 2017Local Elections

City of Los Angeles — ” Yuval Kremer, Candidate for Mayor

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Yuval Kremer

Math Educator/Activist
2,436 votes (0.6%)
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  • "Two Cities", a long-term reform proposal to break the City of LA into 2 new and equal cities, each with an elected Mayor, which would be called North Los Angeles (Valley Cityhood) and West Los Angeles.
  • Extending Rent Control (the city's Rent Stabilization Ordinance) to ALL apartments/condos that are being rented in the City of LA, not just those in old buildings (which are being demolished by developers).
  • Preserving the character and scale of our Neighborhoods, particularly with regard to Height, by supporting the goals of the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative.
Profession:Math Educator/Activist
Loyola Law School Juris Doctor (J.D.), Law (1997)
University of Southern California Bachelor of Science, Chemistry (1993)
  • Former Homeowners Representative, Mid City West Community Council
  • Former Zone 3 Representative, Mid City West Community Council
  • Cali-Camp Directors Award (Camp Counselor and Bus Driver), 1993
  • Harvard Boys School (now Harvard-Westlake), Class of 1989
  • Increase Hiring in Depleted Services, Control Runaway Pension Costs, Stop Subsidizing Special Interests (like Developers), and Improve Contracting and Asset Sales/Leases, in order to provide More City Services, Reduce Crime, and Lower DWP bills, Less Taxes, Lower Fees and Lower Parking Fines
  • Triple Current Level of  Bus Service and Reduce Fares in order to restore service that has been cut , make Public Transit Affordable and Convenient, and alleviate Traffic
  • No Kill LA County: Stop the Killing of Dogs, Cats, Puppies, and Kittens at City and County Shelters

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