You’re invited to a Meet & Greet on Kempton Drive in Los Alamitos’ Rossmoor Highlands neighborhood this coming Wednesday, September 28, 2022. Emily Hibard is running for Los Alamitos City Council, District 5. The incumbent is not seeking re-election. RSVP HERE
Press Release: Highlands Resident to Host “Meet & Greet” on Pine in Support of Emily Hibard for Los Alamitos City Council and Rona Goldberg for Los Alamitos School Board
“My campaign platform is focused on property owner rights, fiscal responsibility, public safety, transparency, and policies that directly benefit the City, businesses, and residents of Los Alamitos. Within the last six months, the cost of my groceries have doubled, gas has skyrocketed, and inflation has caused everything to become more expensive. The economy is going to be rocky for the next couple of years, but with solid policies in place, we can ensure that the City of Los Alamitos will be well-prepared to weather the storm,” said Hibard.
It was great to see so many familiar faces, and lovely to see some new ones at last night’s Meet & Greet on Paseo Bonita. Neighbors from Paseo Bonita, Cherry, and Reagan were in attendance.
Press Release: Meet and Greet on Paseo Bonita in Support of Emily Hibard for City Council and Rona Goldberg for School Board
Yesterday morning, Emily Hibard, Rona Goldberg, and a team of volunteers distributed invitations to their Rossmoor Highlands “Meet & Greet” on Paseo Bonita coming up this Wednesday evening. Emily Hibard is running for Los Alamitos City Council District 5. The incumbent, Mark Chirco, is not seeking re-election. Rona Goldberg is running for Los Alamitos School Board Area 3. City Council District 5 and School Board Area 3 both include the Rossmoor Highlands.
LOS ALAMITOS, CALIF. (AUGUST 15, 2022) – The Los Alamitos City Council District 5 election is November 8, but the incumbent is not seeking re-election. Emily Hibard is ready to step into the position. Los Alamitos City Council District 5 consists primarily of the Rossmoor Highlands, Parkewood, and a portion of Apartment Row. Hibard has previously served on the Los Alamitos Cable Television Commission, and as a member of the Studio City City Council.