Corey Warshaw was elected on November 5, 2013, on a platform of bringing back fiscal restraint and financial sanity to the City of West Covina, where the immediate past city councils cut services while squandering precious reserve funds.
With decades of leadership and financial experience, Corey has a record of distinguished service, as an officer with the United State Army Reserves (21 years), and as a business analyst and consultant with Dun and Bradstreet (32 years). Corey is committed to smart economic development, which means placing residents’ quality of life above developer profits. He understands the importance of a thriving economy in bringing good paying local jobs for residents, while broadening the tax base to fund essential city services and programs.
Corey has been a dedicated community volunteer. He has served as a member of the city’s Planning Commission, as past President of the East Hills Homeowners Association and donated more than 6,000 hours to the “Seniors Helping Our Police” (SHOP) program. Corey currently serves on the Hurst Ranch Foundation Board of Directors and is a Governing Board Member and an alternate to the Executive Board at Foothill Transit.
Married for 29 years, Corey and his wife, Margaret, bought their “honeymoon” home in West Covina and have lived in that same home ever since. He is fully committed to our community and will always put the people first. The residents of West Covina are Corey’s only “special interest.”