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Thursday, November 2, 2017

Supervisor Janice Hahn is Staying Involved and Committed, KCET Program Nov 7

Nancy's parents and I met with LA County Supervisor Janice Hahn again this week, and she is clearly remaining involved in the search and committed to helping us find Nancy.  Not to mention committed to her sponsored Bringing Our Loved Ones Home Task Force.  Supervisor Hahn recently addressed the Manhattan Beach City Council.  I found out when Councilman Richard Montgomery sent us an email with this picture attached from their meeting:

The Public Television segment on the search for Nancy is now scheduled for Nov. 7.

Once it has aired, it should be available to watch on-line.


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  2. Has this been looked into?

    1. Thanks for the heads up - clearly not Nancy.

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