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Neighborhood Council – Online Voter Registration

Neighborhood Council – Online Voter Registration
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Studio City Neighborhood Council Elections!

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2016 Neighborhood Council Online Election Voter Registration Portal!

You can register now to vote online for your Neighborhood Council elections.  To register, you will need to provide your qualifying address within the Neighborhood Council boundaries.

Neighborhood Council elections are open to voters who are qualified stakeholders within the boundaries of the Neighborhood Council.  A stakeholder is defined as anyone who lives, works or owns real property in the neighborhood and also to those who declare a stake in the neighborhood as a community interest stakeholder, defined as a person who affirms a substantial and ongoing participation within the Neighborhood Council’s boundaries and who may be in a community organization such as, but not limited to, educational, non-profit and/or religious organization.  In other words, a voter can qualify if they are a resident, worker, real property owner or if they have a significant and active involvement in your community in another way that’s connected to a qualifying address.


2016 Neighborhood Council Election Acceptable Forms of Documentation

2016 Neighborhood Council Elections – Online Voting Facts is here to inform and empower residents. Let’s make local government more responsive to local needs. comes from a group of residents fed up with a group of Studio City “elite” making backroom decisions benefiting THEM and not US. is dedicated to sharing vital local information. We will speak the truth no matter how unpleasant it is. will strive to inform. A repository of information. Want to know more about the Harvard Westlake Project? Sportsmen’s Landing Project? Weddington Golf and Tennis? Mansionization? New developments coming to our neighborhood? A place to ask questions, get answers and share what you know. Get informed prior to attending a Neighborhood Council or Residents Association meeting. Come prepared with probing questions for our SCNC and SCRA representatives.

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