The Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters (LALCV) – the local organization that has supported pro-environment candidates in Los Angeles County for more than three decades announced its endorsement of Meghan Sahli-Wells and Scott Malsin for the Culver City Council in the upcoming April 13th election.
“Scott Malsin and Meghan Sahli-Wells have demonstrated a deep understanding and clear vision for addressing the environmental challenges in Culver City and the region as a whole,” said Anthony Rendon, LALCV president. “Sahli-Wells has been involved in a myriad of community-level groups working for sustainability, and will bring a new and critical perspective to the Culver City Council. Malsin has a solid track record on the council and robust plans to build on that foundation.”
Culver City, like so many other municipalities in Los Angeles County, is confronting a multitude of environmental challenges – finding a long-term solution to the oil drilling within the Inglewood Oil Field, sustained restoration of Ballona Creek, promoting more water and energy conservation for residents and local businesses, among others. Changes of this magnitude require visionary leadership in all positions at City Hall, and LALCV believes Meghan Sahli-Wells and Scott Malsin are exactly the kind of council members Culver City needs.
Board member Moe Stavnezer enthused ” I am delighted to be supporting Meghan. She is just the person we would like to see win this office; I’m impressed with everything I have heard in regard to her campaign.”
More information on their respective campaigns can be found at www.vote4meghan.com and www.vote4scott.org. For more information on LALCV, its endorsements and its additional political activities, please visit www.LALCV.org.