City Councilman Mike Bonin will visit the Palisades on Sunday, September 8 as part of his Access 11 plan, which aims to bridge the gap between his public office and constituents.
The Access 11 approach to public outreach will include holding “neighborhood office hours” in places such as farmer’s markets and libraries, “neighborhood coffee” meet-ups, and “hikes with Mike.”
“One of the qualities I want my staff to have is fairness,” Bonin previously told the Palisadian-Post. “I think it’s my responsibility to find people not yet engaged in the public process and reach out to them.”
Bonin’s visit will be a group hike (a three-mile round-trip trek) starting at Capri Drive and Amalfi Drive and leading to Murphy Ranch. The ranch is an alleged former Nazi stronghold in Rustic Canyon, and has recently raised the concerns of a group of Upper Riviera residents because of graffiti vandals.
The hike is scheduled to run from 9 a.m. to noon. Those wishing to participate can RSVP by e-mailing Frederick.Sutton@lacity.org
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