Editor’s note: This is one of several articles in a series of profiles on Del Rey Neighborhood Council candidates that Patch will be running leading up to the election.
What would you prioritize if you were voted in?
An Emergency Preparedness plan is a priority for our community in order to ensure survival and recovery when the next major earthquake or other emergency strikes. It is necessary for the community to come together and establish such a plan.
Who are your primary supporters?
What issue do you feel most strongly about and what’s your position?
The volume of traffic has become a serious issue in our area over the last ten years and we need to find ways to mitigate this problem, which affects our quality of life. I don’t have the answer but studies are in the works and working together we should be able to find some solutions.
What's one thing most constituents don't know about you?
I am passionate about improving the quality of life in our community.
Why did you decide to run?
I believe that as many citizens as possible should be involved in the Neighborhood Council in order to be representative of the various interests and opinions.
Maureen Madison is running for Treasurer, a two-year term. To read more candidate profiles, click here.