Chamber Endorses Malsin and Cooper

The Culver City Chamber Board endorsed Scott Malsin and Jeff Cooper for City Council in the April 13 election. The board heard presentations from all four candidates separately in an organized manner with all four answering the same questions. Eighteen of the twenty-nine members were in attendance at the forum that lasted nearly two hours.

It was apparent that Malsin and Cooper understand city government. It is important to the Culver City Chamber that council members have a broad understanding of the community so their decision-making is made in the context of what is best for Culver City.

A councilmember is elected to make a city work better, and to build on the history of the community. “The re-election of Scott Malsin and the election of Jeff Cooper is very important to the future fiscal success of Culver City,” stated Jeff Haas, Chair of the Board. “ Malsin and Cooper showed the Chamber Board the knowledge of municipal government that we feel are necessary to lead Culver City forward in these ‘whitewater’ economic times.” Haas further stated.

“We urge all Culver City voters to support Malsin and Cooper for election to the city council,” stated Haas.

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1 Comment

  1. Endorsement of Mr. Malsin and mr. Cooper by the Culver City Chamber of Commerce could very well mean those candidates want more giant billboards in Culver City. Mr. Malsin recently stated that he Westfield Shopping Center was done the right way. I must disagree. We need redevelopment and thriving business that is responsible but putting giant billboards up like those at the new mall is a mistake. Advertising network programs that are on a television screen somewhere in the mall or Movies when there are no movie screens at the shopping center does not seem right to me.
    I don’t want to see any 100-foot tall billboards in our city – no matter what is on them.
    BUSINESS PROFITS WITHOUT REGARD FOR ANYTHING ELSE MIGHT BE THE MOST IMPORTANT REASON FOR AN ENDORCEMENT BY THE CHAMBER. Please consider this opinion before you cast your vote.

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