Les organisations environementales soutiennent Elen
ALL MAJOR REGIONAL AND LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS ENDORSE ELEN FOR CITY COUNCIL
The Sierra Club, Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters, Glendale Environmental Coalition, and Coalition for Landfill Alternatives have all announced their endorsement of Elen Asatryan for Glendale City Council. Elen is the only non-incumbent and woman candidate to receive the endorsement of all four organizations.
The Glendale Environmental Coalition echoed this praise.
CLSA founder Audry Zarokian further commended Elen for her dedication to educating and pushing for environmentally forward city policies.
“Coalition for Landfill Alternatives endorses Elen Asatryan for Glendale City Council. She is a longtime environmentalist. She believes the Scholl Landfill should be closed after it reaches capacity and converted to a recreational area,” said Zarokian. “Additionally, she does not think the Scholl Landfill area should be further industrialized with a Biogas Plant given the numerous adverse effects it will have on the surrounding communities. Elen makes her decision based on science and the well-being of Glendale residents. Elen’s roots lie in community service. We are pleased that she thinks residents should have input into decisions affecting their neighborhoods."
“I am grateful and moved by the endorsements from the Sierra Club, Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters, the Glendale Environmental Coalition and Coalition for Landfill Alternatives, as their work and advocacy directly align with my vision and goals for Glendale,” said Elen. “We have an opportunity to make our Jewel City a model city. I look forward to working with them on building a more sustainable Glendale,” said Asatryan.
Elen has always been an environmental champion. Her unique experience as the chair of the Glendale Parks, Recreation and Community Service Commission, and her background in policy and public affairs gives her the skills and perspective necessary to lead Glendale to a greener future. Read more.