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LWV League of Women Voters of California Education Fund
Los Angeles County, CA November 2, 2004 Election
 Smart Voter Amos Jackson Young

Candidate for
Councilmember; City of Pomona; District 6

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Church Administrator/Minister
  • Executive Director, Project IMPACT - Pomona
  • Coordinator, Pomona Ministry of Economics
  • Member, Los Angeles Urban League Pomona WorkSource and Career Center Customer Quality Initiative Subcommittee and Business Services Subcommittee
  • New Gethsemane COGIC Community Liaison to Pomona Downtown Business District and Camara Comercio Latina del Valle de Pomona
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Assist in the establishment of a District 6 Business Association
  • Assist in the establishment of a Gang Intervention Committee specific to District 6
  • Work with Los Angeles County Fairplex to implement solutions to community concerns
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Key Endorsements
  • The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
  • Former District 6 Councilman Mr. Willie Whitte
  • Rev. Lou Sheldon, Chairman and Founder, Traditional Values Coalition
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Position Papers
Assist in establishing "District 6 Business Association."
A Business Association would provide a forum for addressing business needs in North Pomona. Participation in planning for economic growth will afford district businesses the chance to buy-in to the community's future and to become full partners in the successful growth of our community.
Create a District 6 "Community Gang Intervention Commission"
District 6 is "home-base" to four Pomona gangs. We need to speak directly to them to solve the problems. Solving the problem of gangs begins with the gangs.
Work with Los Angeles County Fairgrounds to implement solutions to area neighborhood concerns
Working more closely with, and not as an adversary of, the Los Angeles County Fairgrounds, will provide opportunity to balance our community's quality of life issues with the fairground's economic growth.
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