Please welcome our new Field Deputy from Nithya Raman’s City Council office, Josef Siroky. Josef is a native of Culver City and attended CSULA, earning a bachelors degree in political science and economics. He started his public service career serving as treasurer on his neighborhood council, later working for LA County, and more recently staffed in the Office of State Senator Sydney Kamlager where for two years he was a field deputy.
Members of the Oaks Board have already met with Josef and briefed him on the priorities for our neighborhood (you may have gotten a chance to see Josef in action at our Feb 8th Town Hall).
Some of the areas we highlighted for Josef are:
A new sidewalk at the entrance to Bronson park and bathrooms in the park
Repair of streets that are in bad condition
No Stopping/No Parking/Red Flag signs that are missing on many streets
Homeless RV parking, especially on Canyon Drive
Short-term rental abuse and party houses
Reversing the Beachwood Trailhead closure
Josef told us he’ll be working on all of these priorities in the coming months.