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I'm Neil Ticktin, a Westlake Village resident since the mid-1990's and the creator of Westlake Revelations.

In the midst of the election on Measure Z (Nov 2006), it became clear that there was a lot of rumors flying around issues in the City of Westlake Village. Spreading mis-information, confusion, misleading tidbits all became the norm -- and unnecessarily divided our city. And that's just not what Westlake Village is about.

Westlake Revelations' charter is to disseminate factual information about local issues. Specifically, to explain topics without stating opinions so that the residents of Westlake Village (and surrounding areas) can deal in fact ... instead of fiction.

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Why am I doing this?
There's no agenda -- other than to keep people informed with facts.
There's no charge. Your name/email won't be sold.
Since I've been asked now many times, I'll answer this as well: I have no plans on running for a political office.

I just want Westlake Village residents to have good quality information, and I enjoy researching and explaining things. Simple as that.