District 4

Scott Houston represents District 4 on the Board of Directors of the West Basin Municipal Water District. Director Houston is committed to providing safe, reliable and affordable water to nearly 1 million people served by the West Basin MWD.


Culver City, Marina del Rey, Playa Vista, N. Ladera Heights, View Park and Windsor Hills


Malibu, Topanga and unincorporated portions of Los Angeles County


El Segundo, Wiseburn, Del Aire and southwest Lennox


West Hollywood and unincorporated portions of Los Angeles County

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Wishing you a happy “Presidents’ Day,” or should I say, “Washington’s Birthday.” Today we honor the accomplishments of our first president who was a unifying force for the new nation and set an example for future presidents.

A bit of history: This federal holiday was originally implemented by an Act of Congress in 1879 to honor George Washington’s birthday that actually falls on February 22. In 1968, Congress passed the Uniform Monday Holiday Act that provided for the uniform annual observances of certain legal public holidays on Mondays. Thus, Washington’s Birthday came to be celebrated on the third Monday in February.

Interestingly, the holiday would have been officially named “Presidents’ Day” in an early draft of the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, but that proposal failed in committee leaving the official holiday as “Washington’s Birthday.” It was America’s great advertisers that popularized the term “Presidents’ Day” that we are now accustomed to.

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Wishing you a happy “Presidents’ Day,” or should I say, “Washington’s Birthday.”  Today we honor the accomplishments of our first president who was a unifying force for the new nation and set an example for future presidents.

A bit of history: This federal holiday was originally implemented by an Act of Congress in 1879 to honor George Washington’s birthday that actually falls on February 22.  In 1968, Congress passed the Uniform Monday Holiday Act that provided for the uniform annual observances of certain legal public holidays on Mondays.  Thus, Washington’s Birthday came to be celebrated on the third Monday in February.

Interestingly, the holiday would have been officially named “Presidents’ Day” in an early draft of the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, but that proposal failed in committee leaving the official holiday as “Washington’s Birthday.”  It was America’s great advertisers that popularized the term “Presidents’ Day” that we are now accustomed to.

#PresidentsDay

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