The Montebello Unified School District Board of Education meeting room was filled to capacity Dec. 13 for the swearing in of the four victorious candidates from the November election, and a longtime board member’s emotional farewell to the position she held for 12 years.
Three Bell Gardens council members came under fire Monday by a failed city council candidate who alleges they illegally used the city’s official seal on campaign materials during the most recent election cycle.
As expected by political pundits in the ABC school district, Lynda Johnson, a paralegal by profession, cruised to an easy victory when she topped the recent ABC School Board election in the field of five candidates.
Unofficial results for the November 5 election in the cities of Bell Gardens and Montebello and the Montebello Unified School District were less about who was elected and more about who was not reelected after three incumbents lost their seats to new challengers.
Candidates for the city council of Bell Gardens and seats on the Montebello Unified School District Board of Education are in the final stretch of their campaigns for next Tuesday’s November 5 General Election.