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Mayor - Illece Buckley Weber

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      Illece Buckley Weber

     Elected to Council: November 8, 2011
     Mayor 2014-15    
     Occupation: Attorney          
     Phone: (818) 597-7372          
     Fax: (818) 597-7341 




Illece Buckley Weber moved to Agoura Hills in 1992 with her husband, Joe, and their two children, Sara and David, for its excellent schools, open space and a community with a small town feel. Soon after moving to the City, she became involved in the Fountainwood Homeowners Association and became an active parent at each of her children’s K - 12 schools.

Illece embraced the natural beauty of Agoura Hills and strived to protect and enhance its uniqueness. Her desire to serve the community led to her appointment to the Agoura Hills Planning Commission in 2006 until she was elected to the City Council in 2011 (and re-elected in 2015.)

Illece has served on all of the City’s subcommittees with an emphasis on Public Works, Environmental Sustainability and Annexation. She serves as the Agoura Hills representative on the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy Advisory Committee, was proud to be the City’s Mayor in 2015 and has enjoyed her involvement with many of the organizations that call the Conejo Valley home.

Illece obtained both her Bachelor’s degree and her law degree from the University of Denver. She has a civil litigation practice in Westlake Village.

Illece is an avid birdwatcher, loves bicycle riding, traveling the world and spending time with family.

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