Assemblymember Chris Holden and County Supervisor Kathryn Barger Endorse Felicia Williams for City Council
May 20, 2019 – Pasadena, California. Today the Felicia Williams for Pasadena City Council 2020 Campaign announced endorsements from California State Assemblymember Chris Holden (41st District, including Pasadena, and former District 3 Pasadena City Councilmember) and Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger (5th District, including Pasadena). These are two key endorsements that demonstrate Felicia’s ability to work on a State and regional level to bring resources to Pasadena to address problems such as homelessness, affordable housing, environmental sustainability, and jobs.
Felicia has served on Assemblymember Holden’s Transportation Advisory Committee since 2013. “Felicia is a thoughtful leader who will focus on solutions that work for Pasadena. I have worked with Felicia, beginning with my time serving on the Pasadena City Council, and I’ve seen firsthand how she brings people together in the community. I enthusiastically support her campaign for City Council,” said Assemblymember Chris Holden.
“Felicia shares my strong belief that solving problems requires being responsive to our communities’ concerns and working cooperatively to meet their needs,” said Supervisor Kathryn Barger. “I look forward to working with her – particularly on key revitalization projects on Washington Boulevard and East Colorado Boulevard which will bring jobs and opportunities to our Pasadena-area communities.”
About Felicia Williams for City Council 2020 – Felicia Williams was born and raised in Pasadena and has years of professional experience in public policy and finance. She hopes to use her years of being involved in the community as a Commissioner, Neighborhood Watch Captain, and on several non-profit boards to provide the highest level of service to Pasadena’s Council District 2. Her key issues are (1) managing new development to better match the character and vision of the City, (2) protecting our trees and environmental resources; and (3) preserving key resources instead of building new, like rehabilitating the YWCA, protecting existing affordable housing, and reinvesting in Washington Bl. and East Colorado Bl. to support opportunities for local business and jobs. You can contact Felicia at (626) 427-2678 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Find out more at www.feliciaforpasadena.com.