120 FILE FOR L.A. MAYOR, OTHER OFFICES.
The first official stage to qualify for the April 10 elections came to a close Tuesday, with candidates filing their declarations of intent, including the final major contenders for mayor.
State Controller Kathleen Connell, Rep. Xavier Becerra and Parks Commissioner Steve Soboroff filed their declarations of intent, with Soboroff indicating he would not accept matching funds in the race.
For his part, Becerra announced he is planning to hold a series of open houses around the city to collect the 500 signatures he needs on nominating petitions in the next phase of the election process. That ends on Feb. 5, when the petitions have to be returned and certified.
The final list shows that 120 people took out declarations of intent for the elections that will be for mayor, city attorney, city controller, eight City Council districts, three members of the Los Angeles Board of Education and three members on the Los Angeles Community College District board of trustees.
The list of those, based on their order of filing:
Mayor: Community advocate Addie Mae Miller, painter Martin Luther King Aubrey Sr., radio producer Melrose Larry Green, health care consultant Sandra W. Bush Noble, consultant Kwame A. Boateng, technology consultant James Stuart Wiley, Fairfax area resident Francis Dellavecchia, urban designer Eric Wickland, state Legislator Antonio Villaraigosa, City Councilman Joel Wachs, City Attorney James Hahn, investigative reporter-businessman Bob Tur, legal assistant Irwin Zucker, garment worker Wendy Lyons, businessman-Parks Commissioner Steve Soboroff, businessman Joseph Smith, secession adviser Joe Shea, stand-up comic Dante Rusciolelli, entrepreneur Rob Black, Rep. Xavier Becerra, state Controller Kathleen Connell, college academic publisher Steve Mozena, student sports advocate Duke Russell and government educator Sheldon Tobias.
City Attorney: City Councilman Mike Feuer, Deputy District Attorney Lea Purwin D'Agostino, Deputy District Attorney Frank M. Tavelman and Deputy Mayor Rocky Delgadillo.
City Controller: Councilwoman Laura Chick, engineer Khalil Khalil, author and investment banker Mervin L. Evans, chief financial officer Laurette Healey, accounting executive Scott William Morris and public finance official J. Paul Brownridge.
City Council, District 1: Businessman Joseph Glen Lucey, businessman Jesus ``Jesse'' Rosas, geographic information specialist Christine Whitfield-Azboy, American citizenship teacher Gonzalo Molina, sales representative Jorge M. Munoz, writer Jean (el Negro) Durand, teacher and counselor David Sanchez, publisher-community activist Edward Rivera, state Sen. Richard G. Polanco, community organizer Agustin Eichwald-Romero, attorney Robert Nakahiro and city planner-organizer Ed Reyes.
Council District 3: Woodland Hills resident Tsilah B. Burman, senior building inspector Frank Bush, LAPD Sgt. Dennis Zine, resident Glenn C. Bailey, teacher David Valdiva, retired council deputy Judith Hirshberg, councilman's deputy Francine Oschin, newspaper copy editor Michael McGarr and deputy city prosecutor Jason Dominguez.
Council District 5: Businessman Ken Gerston, Westside resident Steve Saltzman, Assistant U.S. Attorney Jack Weiss, anti-graffiti activist Joe Connolly, consumer protection attorney Nate Bernstein, certified public accountant Victor N. Viereck, businesswoman-university instructor Jill Barad, state Legislator-author Tom Hayden, gun safety advocate Constantine Milonopoulos, neighborhood planner-businesswoman Robyn Ritter Simon and community leader-educator Laura Lake.
Council District 7: Councilman Alex Padilla.
Council District 9: Public Works Commissioner Woody Fleming, business development consultant C. David Henry, Assemblyman Carl Washington, retired police officer Alexander J. Gomez, director-community outreach Jan Perry, businesswoman-charitable volunteer Ocie P. Hinkle and public relations specialist Pauline Clay.
Council District 11: City Councilwoman Cindy Miscikowski, community advocate Arthur W. Morrell, Internet businessman Eli A. Shtrum.
Council District 13: Former City Councilman Mike Woo, Echo Park resident Eric Garcetti, community lawyer Art Goldberg, former Assemblyman Scott Wildman, public librarian Wendy McPherson, teacher-charter commissioner Bennett Kayser, teacher-neighborhood advocate Geoff Saldivar, councilwoman's representative Conrado Terrazas, design consultant-contractor Jerry Valdez, veterans advocate Ted Neubauer and school administrator Cecilia C. Ramos.
Council District 15: Project coordinator Jessye R. Scott Stafford, Parks Commissioner Bob Nizich, Police Lt. Ken Hillman, California legislative aide Hector J. Cepeda, businesswoman Janice Hahn, businessman- conservationist Frank O'Brien and college admissions consultant Mark Irvin Lewis.
Board of Education, Seat 2: Videographer Ralph Cole, attorney Jose Huizar.
Board of Education, Seat 4: Incumbent Valerie Fields, retired math teacher Rick Selan, educator-businesswoman Marlene Canter and businessman-city commissioner Matthew S. Rodman.
Board of Education, Seat 6: School board member Julie Korenstein, small business owner Tom Riley and parent outreach associate Shawna L. Tallant.
Community College board, Seat 2: Michael D. Waxman, retired police Lt. Ross Moen, college teacher Scott J. Svonkin, council field deputy Dan Rosales Jr. and Joanne Baltierrez.
Community College board, Seat 4: Community development official Willam K. Barth, trustee Kelly Candaele and Keith T. Manns.
Community College board, Seat 6: Deborah Le Blanc, producer Mark Gonzaga, college instructor Nancy Pearlman, legislative chief deputy Samuel J. ``Joey'' Hill, Sergio Carillo and career education adviser Robert J. Edwards.
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|Publication:||Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)|
|Date:||Jan 17, 2001|
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