A message From Former Mayor Sykes
There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn about our City and Fredrick Sykes and we wish City Councilmember Wu and the City of West Covina the best.
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The West Covina City Council is a position of trust.
The majority of the residents who made the time to vote in voting district 5 decided to vote for Wu and we will see where that leads us.
Thank you very much to my family and all my supporters. I apologize that all our hard work did not result in a win and a change in the interest and the activity of our City's Leadership; in particular for the very vulnerable area south of the former Municipal Landfill.
Politics impacts you; so, get involved and impact politics!
Key Campaign Endorsements: L.A. County B.O.S. Hilda L. Solis, L.A. County Democratic Party, Teamsters Local 396, Ironworkers Local 433, L.A. County Fed. COPE (AFL-CIO), Laborers Local 300, Brian Tabatabai - Current West Covina City Councilmember, James Toma, Forest Tennant and Richard Melendez - Former Mayors For City of West Covina, Drexel Smith - Former Mayor City of Walnut. Community Leaders: Angie Gillingham, Peggy Martinez, Terry Cozard, Joe Rodriguez, Jhermi Salazar.
"I am always working to ensure that everyone in my universe is aware of how all politics is local and we must eliminate our apathy.
Locality starts with us, me, you, your family and your neighbors and all of us being involved. We should learn about our City Council, School Districts, Community College Board of Trustees, Water Boards, L.A. County Board of Supervisors, Superior Court Judges, State Assembly, State Senate, U.S. Senators and House of Representatives. The more people, the easier it will be to learn about our Government Officials and ensure that our tax dollars are working for us. A good way to start is by forming a neighborhood Watch Group on your street. Fredrick Sykes
Map of the population density