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How does Lucie Volotzky plan to use her experience and skills to represent the residents of the 38th Assembly District?

Lucie speaks three languages BUT listening to and understanding constituents as they speak their concerns is most important. The residents of three valleys in the 38th district all want:

  • Less taxes, enabling families and millennials to have more time to enjoy what they can spend from wages earned
  • Less government regulations which strangle small business owners and limit hiring more employees
  • More time to spend growing a business and less time with complex forms to comply with regulations
  • Safe neighborhoods
  • Faith-based or charitable-based solutions to opiate addiction


Voting on legislation in Sacramento should:

  • Be a means to improve the quality of life of residents and achieving the above goals
  • Protect the communities and their residents
  • Not protect political agendas contrary to the unity of the States and California

Lucie Volotzky Created

OK/Help

Designed a pilot program for emergencies, including placards with “OK” and “HELP” which were accepted as a project funded by the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council.  50,000 placards were printed. The placard distribution was expanded by Councilman Mitch Englander in the “great shake-out” of 2012.

Who is Lucie Volotzky?

Born and raised in Montreal, Canada, she moved to Los Angeles in 1984, finished school, learned English and Spanish, and started her own business with her husband by selling mattresses at local swap meets. She opened the first of five Beds Unlimited stores in 1988. Together, with her son, Ben, she rebranded the stores as Blissful Sleep, and it has become one of the most successful mattress stores reaching across the Santa Clarita, Simi and San Fernando valleys as well as much of metropolitan Los Angeles. Lucie is an active member of eight chambers of commerce. She has won numerous awards for volunteer work that supports the residents over a wide geographical area such as with Habitat for Humanity and the Special Olympics. Finally, she used her passion and skills to start the nonprofit Lapointe Etiquette to help underserved adults.

What has Lucie Volotzky done for the community?

Certification

1973 Completed Institut Elaine Bedard course

1977 Completed Bilingual Secretarial Proficiency course of study with Grand Distinction

1979 Certificate of Bar and Restaurant Service Clinic from Quebec Tourism Institute and Hotellerie

2007 Notary Public of the State of California

2009 Residential-Elderly Administrator Certification Program from California Dept of Social Services

2014 Community Emergency Response Team-trained coordinator, Battalion 15

2015 Certificate of Completion – Business Etiquette for Today’s Workforce

Active Member

2002Present Chatsworth Kiwanis Club since 2002

Northridge Kiwanis Club

Chatsworth Neighborhood Council

2004Present Chatsworth/Porter Ranch Chamber of Commerce (President: 2017)

West Valley/Warner Center Chamber of Commerce

Winnetka Chamber of Commerce

2017 Southland Regional Association of Realtors

Commendation

2013 As member and general director of Chatsworth/Porter Ranch Chamber of Commerce, received a commendation from Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich on behalf of Board of Supervisors

2015 As team leader of the Special World Olympic Games, Volunteers of Chatsworth, received praise from State Senator Fran Pavley

2015 Los Angeles Business Journal “Women Making A Difference” nominee

2017 Honored by City of Los Angeles for co-leadership in 250LA donation campaign for the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission

2018 Lions International Certificate of Appreciation for cooperation and efforts in the 81st Annual Speakers Program

2018 United Chambers of Commerce’s “Small Business” recipient, June

2019 Los Angeles Business Journal “Women’s Council” nominee

Community Participation

Germain Street School volunteer

2014 Guest speaker at Calabasas Chamber of Commerce’s “Women Unlimited” event

Calabasas Chamber of Commerce

2014 Dancing contestant in Woodland Hills Chamber sponsored “Dancing With Our Valley Stars”

2016-2017 President/Founder, Valley Stars Toastmasters Club

2017 President, Chatsworth/Porter Ranch Chamber of Commerce

2017 Operation Confidence (for homeless veterans) Coordinator for “Combat Boots and Lace” Fashion Show

Lucie Volotzky is endorsed by

David Blonsky – Dave’s Heating & Air Conditioning

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Nelson Tucker

I have worked with Lucie since 2002 on local volunteer efforts to make this a better place to live, work and raise a family. She is skillful, dedicated and anxious to serve the citizens of the 3 Valleys she will represent. I strongly endorse Luci Velotzky for State Assembly! ...

Hon. Greig Smith, Los Angeles City Councilman (Retired)

Lucie Volotzky has been a diligent worker for the betterment of our community and exactly the type of level headed leader we desperately need in Sacramento. ...

Jane Edward

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