West Hollywood City Councilmember Jeffrey Prang to be Installed as President of California Contract Cities Association at Annual Municipal Installation Banquet on Saturday, May 20, 2006.
West Hollywood Councilmember Prang served as Vice President and Secretary-Treasurer of California Contract Cities Association prior to becoming President. Councilmember Prang currently serves as a Special Assistant to Los Angeles County Sheriff Leroy D. Baca, as well as serving on the West Hollywood City Council. Councilmember Prang was first elected to the West Hollywood City Council in 1997. He was re-elected in 2001 and 2005 and has served as Mayor from 2000-01 and 2003-04.
Founded in 1957, the CCCA is comprised of member cities that contract for major municipal services on an as-needed basis, such as police services, fire services, animal control, public works, and/or building and safety. The CCCA was a leader in Proposition 1A campaign to stop the state from raiding city funds to balance the state budget; fought dramatic increases in Sheriff's service fees; supports protecting Prop 42 transportation funding; and is currently fighting to protect small cities in Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) in school reform discussions.
Councilmember Prang is the first West Hollywood councilmember to lead the agency, and the first openly-gay elected official to head a California municipal organization.
For more information, call Councilmember Jeffrey Prang's office at West Hollywood City Hall and speak with his Deputy, Josh Kurpies, at 323-848-6460 or contact CCCA Executive Director Sam Olivito at 562-928-5533 or visit www.contractcities.org
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|Date:||May 9, 2006|
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