November 2014 Election, Norwalk, Los Angeles County, California
Central Basin Municipal Water District
Member, Board of Directors, Division 2 In order of preference
|* Noel A. Jaimes||Independent Business Owner. Real Estate Broker. Republican. Ran for State Assembly in 2012.|
|James Edward Becera||College Professor (of landscape architecture). Member of the Whittier Parking and Transportation Commission. Apparently conservative.|
|L. Hilary Barba||Businesswoman/Mother. Not much information available.|
|Tom Malkasian||Local Business Owner. Part-owner of Commerce Casino and owner of a cosmetology school.|
|Robert O. Apodaca||Incumbent
The district’s former insurance carrier in June paid $670,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by Sigrid Lopez, who in a lawsuit accused Apodaca of propositioning and sexually harassing her.
* - Our pick
- Mike Sprague, Central Basin Municipal Water District incumbents face many challengers, Whittier Daily News, 08/11/14
- "Pete Wilson", Los Angeles Times, 5 Nov 1995
Without raising current tax rates, shall an ordinance be adopted modernizing the City's utility users tax ordinance to require equal treatment of taxpayers by ensuring the tax applies regardless of technology used; exempting seniors, low-income disabled/blind residents; funding current gang prevention, youth, after-school, seni or and disabled programs; neighborhood patrols/school crossing guards, pothole repairs, and other general services; subject to financial audits, local control of funds/no rate increase without voter approval?
|G||NORWALK-LA MIRADA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT CLASSROOM REPAIR/SCHOOL SAFETY MEASURE.
To repair classrooms, leaky roofs, upgrade school security, fencing, fire safety, update science, math, computer lab technology, upgrade physica l education/athletic facilities, remove asbestos, and repair, construct/acquire educational faci lities, sites/equipment to improve education at every school in Norwalk and La Mirada, shall Norwalk-La M irada Unified School District issue $375,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, requiring independent audits, citizens' oversight, no money for administrators' salaries or pensions, and all funds used locally?