Louie Lujan Government Affairs Advisor
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#1 Dec 23, 2011
Louie Lujan is the Southwest Government Affairs/District Sales Manager for VPS, Inc. VPS is the global leader in securing, maintaining and managing vacant properties across a wide range of customers and industry sectors. Lujan develops new markets throughout the Southwest U.S. by introducing the products and its benefits to government and industry leaders. Prior to working for VPS, he served as Mayor, Vice Mayor and Councilmember for the City of La Puente, CA. Among his accomplishments, he led a community-wide redevelopment effort to build a state of the art, "green" regional youth center that lead to a reduction in crime and safer neighborhoods.
Lujan is very active in the community. He has served as a Committee Member for the National League of Cities Technology Council, a Delegate for the California League of Cities, the Foothill Transit Zone, the L.A. County Sanitation District, and the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments. His many community affiliations include the La Puente Youth Coalition, La Puente Redevelopment Board, Bassett Educational Advisory Committee, and the California Z Fellow Technology Advisory Committee.
Lujan has a BA in Political Science and Masters in Public Administration (MPA) from the University of Southern California (USC). He also holds a Masters in Secondary Education (M.Ed.) from Loyola Marymount University (LMU).
#2 Apr 6, 2013
The state acted legally when it abolished more than 400 redevelopment agencies to help close a budget gap but overstepped the law by permitting some of the agencies to survive if they shared their property tax revenue, the California Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
The ruling was a major blow to redevelopment agencies, authorized by law since 1945 and responsible for the creation of such neighborhoods as Old Pasadena and San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, and a victory for state officials grappling with budget shortfalls.
Government Affairs Advisor for VPS, Inc. and former Mayor, Louie Lujan, stated that the ruling will change the way cities do business with developers. "The relationship between cities and developers will undoubtedly change" he stated in an interview with CNN Local edition.
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