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Councilwoman Reyes Uranga Seeking Reelection With Endorsement of State Senator Alan Lowenthal
(July 26, 2005) -- 7th district Councilwoman Tonia Reyes Uranga is seeking a reelection to the LB City Council, backed by the endorsement of State Senator (and former 2d district LB Councilman) Alan Lowenthal (D., LB-SP-PV).
In a written release by the Reyes Uranga campaign, Sen. Lowenthal stated, "Tonia and I have worked side-by-side as friends and colleagues for over 20 years -- to ensure that our neighborhoods get their fair share of resources. I am proud to endorse Tonia Reyes Uranga for the 7th District because I know that she is a determined fighter with a passion for protecting our environment and focused on community needs."
Councilwoman Reyes Uranga responded in the release, "I am proud of what we have accomplished with Senator Lowenthal to clean up our air and ease congestion at the Port while providing good jobs to our residents. I want to continue serving the 7th District because improving Port safety, ensuring airport safety and protecting neighborhood safety remain the most important issues facing the City Council. We have made progress on the City budget to keep public safety as the City's top priority -- we must continue this success, and that is why I am seeking a 2nd term."
The campaign release states:
Under Reyes Uranga's leadership, the City of Long Beach successfully created a 'Locally Preferred Strategy' for improvements to the I-710 that eliminated the need to seize homes by involving the community in key decisions that affect their neighborhood. She worked with her Council colleagues to create consensus positions on the Port and Airport that maintains quality of life in our neighborhoods foremost. Reyes Uranga has also taken charge of revitalizing the 7th District's commercial corridors by drawing on the resources of the business community to assist with the implementation of Community Development Impact Teams to promote neighborhood businesses.
Councilwoman Reyes Uranga was elected to the 7th Council district seat in 2002, overcoming a comeback bid by former incumbent (1994-98) Mike Donelon. The district, which she calls "the most diverse district in the most diverse city in the nation," includes parts of WLB, Wrigley & Wrigley Heights, Memorial Heights, California Heights, Bixby & Bixby Highlands and Cerritos Park.
Councilmember Reyes Uranga chairs the Council's I-710 Oversight Committee and Transportation and Infrastructure Committee...and is also a member of the Council's Federal Legislation and Environmental Affairs Committee.
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