PASADENA—Supporters of the local ANCA chapter in the City of Azusa are being encouraged to vote for City Council candidate Paul Naccachian on March 8. A law school graduate, with a proven record of being engaged in quality of life issues in the City of Azusa, Naccachian is more than fully qualified to tackle the challenges facing the City of Azusa in the coming years. The local ANCA chapter urges all Armenian Americans to vote for Paul Naccachian on March 8, 2011 and encourages them to urge their neighbors and friends to cast their votes for Paul.
“Paul Naccachian is a thoughtful and considerate individual, whose talent, drive and community-minded focus would be an asset to the Azusa City Council,” remarked ANCA Pasadena chapter chairman Shahe Bezdjian. “Just looking at Paul’s record of community engagement and achievement is to understand why he is a strong and credible candidate for public office. We encourage all Armenian Americans in Azusa to cast their votes confidently for Paul Naccachian on March 8,” Bezdjian added.
After completing law school on the East Coast, Naccachian has called the City of Azusa home and a place where he has made a firm and sustained commitment to community service. He has served as president of the Azusa Downtown Business Association and Vice-President of the Azusa Chamber of Commerce. Naccachian is a bona fide community leader, evidenced by the role he played in founding the city’s Human Relations Commission.
In addition to his positive role in advancing business interests in the City of Azusa, Naccachian has been an integral part of the civic life of the city. For example, he has been involved in preparing and participating in a number of local activities; such as the Annual Martin Luther King Celebration/Hands Across Azusa, the local Mariachi Festival, the Annual Soap Box Derby for youngsters and he has also been involved with the Azusa City Library.