Incumbent councilman is big on slow growth, open space, the environment and public safety

Acorn Staff Writer

James Bozajian

Calabasas City Councilman James Bozajian, one of two incumbents in this year’s council race, is concerned with several community issues, including open space use, public safety and public transportation.
"I’m a slow-growth candidate. I want to preserve open space and not see over-development. We’re pretty much built out," said Bozajian, who wants to annex adjacent property to prevent build-up around the city.
Last year, he was one of ...

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