We are committed to informing the residents of Palos Verdes about local issues of interest. We are a non-partisan group of residents wishing to help improve our Community
(click here for the names of our Steering Committee)
Michael Kemps, David McGowan and Victoria Lozzi appear to be the winners in March 5, 2019 PVE City Council Election
As of March 16th, 100% of the percents have reported, as well as the absentee ballots received. There may be other adjustments, but the difference between third and fourth place is 401 votes so the outcome is not likely to change. Official results will be declared at the March 26, 2019 PVE City Council Meeting. For live election restyles, click here.
PVrrg as a group did not endorse any candidates, although some of our members did so as individuals. In the coming months, PVrrg has provided information on this website to help inform the public on each candidate’s positions of issue of interest to the public. This includes such information as:
Statements from each Candidate describing why they’d like you to consider voting for them (as well as photo, bio and link to their website) — click here
Responses from each candidate to specific questions about recent issues that have been controversial — click here
PVrrg hosted a Candidate Forum in PVE City Council Chambers on Wednesday February 6th. For video of the event, click here.
League of Women Voters of Palos Verdes Peninsula and San Pedro and the Palos Verdes Chamber of Commerce hosted a second Candidate Forum in PVE City Council Chambers on Wednesday February 11th. For video of the event, click here.
This website currently covers the following topics/issues: Since withdrawn for the
Others will be added over time:
Bike and Roadway Safety (2016)
PALOS VERDES BEACH CLUB RENEWAL (2015)
SOLAR CONTRACT IN PVPUSD (2016)
BLUFF COVE HOMES DEMOLITION (2014-2015)
CELL PHONE TOWERS PLACEMENT (2015-2016)
PVE CITY -- ROLE OF CITY MANAGER (2013-2016)
NEW CITY HALL (2016)