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"After four years of Jim Hahn as mayor, we haven't seen him fulfill his promises," Close said.
He promised to do something about traffic.
He promised to do something about overdevelopment.
He did nothing. "
"We want a mayor who will be more energetic and who will be there with us. I have worked with Antonio Villaraigosa for 10 years and he has never gone back on a promise."
At Hahn's press conference: Supervisor Mike Antonovich endorsed.
The supervisor also said he and Hahn have agreed to discuss changes to the modernization plan for Los Angeles International Airport.
The county has sued to block the $11 billion project, but Antonovich said Hahn has agreed to discuss ways to use other airports in the region.
"We have agreed to discuss all these issues to find a way to come to an understanding and promote regionalization," Hahn said
So Richard Close tells Valley Voters they can't trust Jim Hahn on anything in Van Nuys.
While Mike Antonovich tells Valley Voters (in downtown Los Angeles) that the mayor wants a regional approach to LAX.
In today's LA Times, they sort of make my point by printing:
At an afternoon news conference in front of the county Hall of Administration named for his late father, Hahn showcased his endorsement from Antonovich, a Republican who represents parts of the Valley.
Also in today's LA Times 3 council members call for an inquiry into James Acevedo and his housing loans that he failed to pay.
More fun in the Sun for the City of Angels.