With just three weeks left before the Crescenta Valley Town Council election is held — and two days before the application filing period ends — only two candidates have stepped forward to be included on the ballot.
The Council is a volunteer body that serves in an advisory capacity to Los Angeles County Board Supervisor, Michael D. Antonovich. There are three regular voting member seats and three alternate non-voting member seats open in the election, which takes place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 4 at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station.
Regular councilmember terms are three years and alternate councilmember terms are for a one-year period.
Community member Roy Allmon and Town Council alternate member Stephen Pierce are the two sole candidates as of press deadline. Pierce had previously stated that he would not run for a seat this year, but has since changed his mind.