The Concerned Citizens of Signal Hill (CCSH) and the Signal Hill Chamber of Commerce will co-host a Signal Hill City Council candidate forum at the Signal Hill Police Department Community Room, 2745 Walnut St. on Monday, Feb. 25.
The forum will begin with a “public-candidate meet-and-greet” period from 6:30pm to 7pm, and the actual forum will begin at 7pm and end at 8:30pm.
Each candidate will be allowed two minutes for an introductory statement and two minutes for a closing statement. Signal Hill Chamber of Commerce members and CCSH will provide questions. Each candidate will be asked the same question and given two minutes to answer, allowing for a total of about four prepared questions for each candidate. This session will be followed by a limited number of written questions from the audience, as time allows. For more information, call (562) 375-0761 or (562) 494-6215.
The Concerned Citizens of Signal Hill (CCSH) announced this week that it will endorse the three incumbent City Council members: Michael Noll, Ellen Ward and Edward Wilson. CCSH stated that this endorsement was based on an evaluation of the platform information of all of the candidates as enunciated in their campaign literature and at the recent two candidate forums, and by reviewing the record of the successful operation of the City during the tenure of the incumbents.
Signal Hill City Council candidates Mike Noll and Ellen Ward will host a meet-and-greet fundraiser on Monday, Feb. 11 from 5pm to 7pm at Delius Restaurant, 2951 Cherry Ave. Hors d’oeuvre and a no-host bar will be provided. For more information, contact Ward at (562) 597-5963.