GLENDALE– Zareh Sinanyan announced today that Los Angeles County Assessor Jeffrey Prang has endorsed him for Glendale City Council. Prang, who was elected in 2014. As Assessor, he is responsible for discovering all taxable property in Los Angeles County, valuing the property, and enrolling it on the local assessment roll.
Prang was elected in 2014. He has served as a member of the Executive Staff in the Los Angeles County Office of the Assessor. Prior to that he served as Assistant City Manager for the City of Pico Rivera; Senior Advisor to Los Angeles County Sheriff Leroy D. Baca; Director of Public Information, City of Los Angeles Department of Animal Services; Press Deputy to Los Angeles City Council President Ruth Galanter; and Special Assistant to Los Angeles County Assessor Kenneth P. Hahn. He began his career as a Realtor with Re/Max in Warren, Michigan.’
Councilman Sinanyan thanks Jeffrey Prang for his endorsement, and he looks forward to continuing his work with the Los Angeles County’s Office of the Assessor.
About Zareh Sinanyan:
After serving Glendale for the past four years as councilmember and mayor, Councilman Zareh Sinanyan has decided to run for reelection in April. Mr. Sinanyan’s first City Council victory came in 2013 in a hotly contested race. While in office, Zareh fought to provide transparency for all residents and sought to nurture a business friendly environment. Although it is important to attract large businesses to Glendale, Mr. Sinanyan believes the City Council must foster an environment which will allow our own residents to grow their businesses locally instead of moving them abroad.