Join the SFVCOG as we delve into issues on transportation and regional coordination in our Priorities & Predictions series. Hear our guest’s priorities relative to the region and what they see coming in 2021 and beyond. This is also an opportunity to connect with other leaders in the SFVCOG region in a time when we can’t meet in person. This session will feature L.A. Councilman Bob Blumenfield who also chairs the SFVCOG Transportation Committee. Councilmember Blumenfield was elected to the Los Angeles City Council in March, 2013 and re-elected in 2017. He represents the 3rd Council District, which spans the northwest portion of Los Angeles in the San Fernando Valley, including the communities of Canoga Park, Reseda, Tarzana, Winnetka and Woodland Hills. Bob is focused on serving the San Fernando Valley’s day to day needs for City services as well as facilitating the long-term job and economic growth that will help ensure the vitality of local neighborhoods and the City as a whole. Public safety, emergency preparedness, beautification and traffic reduction are some of the key quality of life issues Bob fights for in his district. At City Hall, his policy priorities include: crafting the City budget to maximize public dollars; transforming the City’s technology infrastructure to more effectively manage resources and provide services; and growing and improving the City’s physical and environmental infrastructure to make LA a safe, clean, green and friendly place for people and businesses. Bob is also committed to social justice, equality and opportunity for all Angelenos.
Priorities and Predictions: Bob Blumenfield
November 17, 2020
Start: 4:30 pm
End: 6:00 pm