Arroyo Seco and Downtown NC’s Candidate Forum for CD 14

ARROYO SECO &

DOWNTOWN LA

NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCILS

PRESENT

COUNCIL

DISTRICT 14

CANDIDATE FORUM AT THE BEAUTIFUL LOS ANGELES THEATER

615 S. Broadway

FEBRUARY 11, 2015

doors open 6:30pm • program begins 7pm

first 100 ABM lot 639 S. Broadway tickets

park free • validate at event check-in

Bike Valet provided complimentary of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition for information call 323-418-2762

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