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Ex-commissioner gets 2nd chance

September 20, 2008|David Zahniser

The City Council voted Friday to give an appointee of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa a second opportunity to serve on the commission that oversees the city's network of neighborhood councils.

The Rev. Lewis Logan II gave up his seat on the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners earlier this year after he moved into a home outside the city limits. Members of his commission, which supervises the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment, are required to live within the boundaries of Los Angeles.

Logan told the council that he recently purchased a home in a Westchester neighborhood and therefore is eligible to hold the volunteer post.

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