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CT4610 is defined by the Census Tract at the Southwest section of Altadena bordered on the west roughly by the Arroyo Seco or the Pasadena City limits thereabout; by Ventura Street on the north; by Fair Oaks Avenue on the east; and by the Pasadena City limits on the south.
Councilman Musson, serves as the Recording Secretary of the Altadena Town Council, in Altadena, CA. He has also served on the Land Use Committee, the West Altadena Project Area Committee (until it was defunded through the CA State budgeting process) and as a founding member of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Altadena Stakeholders Committee.
Prior to his entry into real estate development, over a decade ago, Mr. Musson was a highly sought after and often published consultant to the Dot-com and Tech Dev Industries. His calling card was his ability to combine a company’s underutilized assets with commoditized technology that is both affordable and easy to implement, to build new products and take them to market. This ability earned him high-profile contracts with major brands including Disney, Ticketmaster, Citibank, Citisearch, Match.com, Skechers, Sotheby’s, Kodak, USC Football, Anderson Printing, Ringling Brothers, and many others.
Mr. Musson delivers unique consulting value, integrating his technology pedigree with his sourcing, logistics and construction expertise. This combination produces projects that assimilate the best practices of the most successful players, worldwide, and in a variety of industries. Water usage plans from equatorial regions, the most progressive energy plans from Europe and Silicon Valley, manufacturer-direct sourcing, just-in-time logistics, and Six-Sigma management culture, elevate his projects to best in class.
Nestor De La Torre is a native of Pasadena and moved to Altadena with his wife in 2010. In 2014, he graduated from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a minor in Nonviolence Studies. As a result of his academic successes, he was invited to join Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society.
Councilmember De La Torre has worked on multiple political campaigns throughout the San Gabriel Valley in various capacities. In Fall 2012, he served as a Congressional Intern to Representative Judy Chu in her District Office located in Pasadena. He served the constituents of the 27th Congressional District, which included all of Altadena, by listening to their concerns and directing them towards the resources they needed. He has volunteered his time to multiple organizations in varying fields of importance to him, including: community development, youth development, advocating for municipal policies, political efficacy, voter engagement, voter registration drives, immigrant rights, and pro-environmental efforts. Throughout his professional and educational career, his focus has been getting the youth more involved with their community and politics to build the next generation of strong leaders. His work and education has also given him a keen understanding of the functions of all levels and branches of government.
In his spare time, he enjoys strolling through the natural beauty provided by the San Gabriel Valley with his wife and adopted Lab/Greyhound-mixed dog. He also enjoys publishing articles on current events, science, international events, music, sports, and anything else that interests him, while focusing on the political implications, on his personal website. Feel free to contact him using any method most comfortable with you. He is eager to serve the Altadena community and residents.
Term Expires 2018