The results of the survey we sent you in February indicated four areas you deemed important: vacation rental problems, social events, street closures and repairs, and security. Here’s an update:
I have lived in Vista Las Palmas since 1959. I helped form the Vista Las Palmas Neighborhood Organization in 2005 and have always made it my priority. I have a good working relationship with the city department heads and they listen to what we have to say. I sit on several committees and chair the One-PS Ecology Committee which speaks to issues that affect all of Palm Springs. I want to see Vista Las Palmas continue to preserve our iconic architecture and be a standard bearer for other neighborhoods in our city.
I have been on the Vista Las Palmas Neighborhood Organization board for the past several years. I have been a full-time Vista Las Palmas resident for over 5 years and a Palm Springs homeowner for many more.
Our neighborhood, Palm Springs, and preservation is my passion. I feel privileged to know so many of my neighbors and to be able to call Vista Las Palmas my home.
As a permanent resident of Palm Springs, I’ve seen a great deal of change, and want to be part of helping Vista Las Palmas community reach its full potential. My experience as a Senior HR Executive (retired) has helped organizations build global world-class people organizations. I’ve served on various organizations such as Volunteers of America, Women in Need, and Ronald McDonald House. I welcome this opportunity to serve the VLP community.
My husband and I have made Palm Springs our primary residence and we have lived here in VLP for 4 years. I want to preserve the mid-century architecture, increase property values, maintain privacy and ensure quiet enjoyment. I have 30 years of executive level experience in business administration and management with an expertise is contract drafting and negotiations, procurement, real estate transactions and human resources.