Brian Campbell New Public Service Blog To Address Local Government & Guard Service Issues

Nov 21, 2020

The new web presence I’ve launched at is up and running- check bacl often as I address local public service issues in Palos Verdes.

Welcome, please visit my new web presence at which is my attempt to continue my public service to the local Palos Verdes community. The purpose of my informational blog in part, is a result of my ongoing work within the government arena, specifically my work in the local Palos Verdes Library District and also my ongoing 20 years of proud service in the U.S. Army and the California Guard,

As a native of Palos Verdes CA, I’ve spent much of my life involved with the government on the local scene for over 10 years, achieving elected office in Rancho Palos Verdes City Government. I am happy to state that after all this time, my Innate desire to engage in public service with the local community remains as keen as when I first was elected years ago.

Make no mistake, I am gratified that the voters of Palos Verdes have allowed me to make a positive difference in their daily lives. My new blog will serve to continue the public conversations that I’ve been addressing during my career.

That said, it’s my primary goal for the next 12 months to help steer the Palos Verdes Library system through the challenges of the current Covid crisis. Looking farther ahead, Bmy goal for the future is to leave the Palos Verdes Library system on much sounder financial footing with improved access for the local community..

At the end of the day, I want to be remembered as a committed advocate for the wonderful public library system in such a beautiful and amazing city as Palos Verdes, CA.

In launching the new site, I seek to give back to the community by providing more transparency to readers about how local government works and also giving advice to citizens considering public service in an elected position.

Please check back often as my new website also seeks to provide valuable links to resources and tips for California state and national guardsmen and reservists who have been bearing increased service loads as the U.S. Military expands the roles of its part-time service men and women.

Reference: Brian Campbell / Palos Verdes

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