Hermosa Beach voters Tuesday will determine who fills seats on the City Council, and as City Treasurer, in addition to whether or not amend the business license tax structure through one of two competing ballot measures.
Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Residents can vote at or click here to find another local polling place.
Four candidates are vying for two open seats on the Hermosa Beach council. Terms are up for Councilmen Peter Tucker and Michael DiVirgilio, who are both running for re-election against newcomers Hany Fangary and Steve Powers.
In the City Treasurer race, David Cohn, a longtime resident, will challenge incumbent John Workman.
Hermosa Beach residents will also have a chance to vote on one of two business license tax measures that would restructure the city’s business license tax system:
- Measure N, which was created by the city’s business license tax committee.
- Measure Q, whose creator, Hermosa Beach resident Jim Lissner, has encouraged residents not to vote for because he said he later found it is ."
To read more about the elections, including candidate profiles and debate coverage, visit Hermosa Beach Patch's Participate 2011 page.