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This profile was last updated on 9/22/10  and contains information from public web pages.
 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • economics degree
    Chapman University
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Morris Pichon of Pacoima is on ...
www.whittierdailynews.com, 22 Sept 2010 [cached]
Morris Pichon of Pacoima is on a crusade to rid his neighborhood of abandoned vehicles like this van on Glamis street. (Photo by David Crane/Los Angeles Daily News)
At first glance, Morris Pichon's hillside neighborhood, adjacent to a golf course and Little League fields, looks like one of the rare picture-postcard communities in an otherwise rundown area of the northeast San Fernando Valley.
But Pichon, who lives in Pacoima with wife Barbara, is upset that a closer look at his neighborhood doesn't measure up - and the city isn't doing much to help.
The streets behind Pichon's home are littered with dilapidated vehicles, some abandoned so long ago that weeds and cobwebs have become entangled in bumpers, mufflers and other body parts. "These cars have been here for years," says Pichon, giving a tour of streets that have become makeshift parking lots for cars that appear to be unlicensed, inoperative, probably uninsured and left unmoved for months.
"You can tell by the dirt on the windshield and the spider webs anchoring the stuff to the asphalt."
Pichon, a 68-year-old retired Lockheed Martin manufacturing analyst who has long been involved in civic activity, is concerned that city officials have ignored - or done little to enforce - a 2006 ordinance that makes it illegal to park a car on the street in the same spot for more than 72 consecutive hours.
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"But Morris is absolutely right - the process has broken down," Alarc n said.
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"It hasn't moved an inch in five years," said Pichon, a former member of the Pacoima Neighborhood Council and a board member of the NAACP's San Fernando Valley chapter.
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"This is money in the pockets of the city when it badly needs it," said Pichon.
"It's a nightmare - it's the ...
www.dailybreeze.com, 25 July 2008 [cached]
"It's a nightmare - it's the worst of times," said retired Lockheed Martin Corp. marketing analyst Morris Pichon, who is considering returning to work to ensure he and his wife, Barbara, don't wind up homeless in coming years.
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Pichon, 67, and wife Barbara, 58 - who still works at Lockheed Martin - may personify the economic dilemma facing many in California.
Pichon said he has lost $7,000 in investments in the past quarter.And Barbara frets daily as she watches the stock market, worrying how much of a hit she will continue to take on her 401(k) - where, according to Pichon, she has already lost as much at $15,000.
"I was telling my wife that it's so bad with gas, the price of food, that it makes you nervous," said Pichon, a Pacoima resident who has an economics degree from Chapman University.
Monica Rodriguez for Los Angeles City Council
www.monicarodriguez.org, 6 Feb 2009 [cached]
Morris Pichon, Pacoima Neighborhood Council*
Retired Lockheed Martin Corp. ...
www.dailynews.com, 1 Oct 2008 [cached]
Retired Lockheed Martin Corp. manufacturing analyst Morris Pichon, 67, of Pacoima said he and his wife, Barbara, 58, who still works at Lockheed Martin, faced their darkest days earlier this year.
Pichon said he had lost $7,000 in his investments and that Barbara had taken a $15,000 loss on her 401(k).
"If we were going to do something desperate, it would be to take out our money and put it in a safe deposit box," he said.
"It's a nightmare - it's the ...
www.dailynews.com, 25 July 2008 [cached]
"It's a nightmare - it's the worst of times," said retired Lockheed Martin Corp. marketing analyst Morris Pichon of Pacoima, who is considering returning to work to ensure he and his wife, Barbara, don't wind up homeless in coming years.
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Pichon, 67, and his wife, Barbara, 58 - who still works at Lockheed Martin - may personify the economic dilemma facing many in California.
Pichon said he has lost $7,000 in investments in the past quarter.And Barbara frets daily as she watches the stock market, worrying how much of a hit she will continue to take on her 401(k) - in which, according to Pichon, she has already lost as much at $15,000.
"I was telling my wife that it's so bad with gas, the price of food, that it makes you nervous," said Pichon, who has an economic degree from Chapman University.
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