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Los Angeles County, CA June 6, 2006 Election
 Smart Voter Brian Alan Ulaszewski

Candidate for
City Council; City of Long Beach; District 2

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Architect
  • Hellman Area Neighborhood Association, Chair
  • Cultural Heritage Commission, Commissioner
  • Arts Council of Long Beach, Board member
  • Long Beach Heritage, Executive Board Member
  • Central Project Area Committee (Redevelopment), former Executive Board member
  • Craftsman Village Neigborhood Association, former Co-Chair
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Maintaining and improving the quality of life for residents.
  • Providing balanced development that includes improvements to our city services and infrastructure for existing and new residents.
  • Creating a sustainable business community both economically and environmentally, that looks toward future growth patterns.
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Key Endorsements
  • Pat Paris - Central Project Area Committee, Chair
  • Se Reed - East Village Association, Chair
  • David Hernandez - Craftsman Village Neighborhood Association, Co-Chair
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Position Papers
Brian Ulaszewski Is Taking The Initiative To Provide More Parking
Brian Ulaszewski has taken the initiative to create over one hundred new parking spaces for residents and businesses in the downtown and adjacent communities.
Brian Ulaszewski Localizes Politics in Long Beach.
If you want them to pay attention to you and your community's needs, you have to give them reason to do so.
Brian Ulaszewski is taking the initiative to address blight in the community
The Hellman Area Neighborhood Association (HANA) Community Code Enforcement Team has been named Community Code Enforcement Team of the Year
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