Mayor Sam's Hotsheet for Wednesday
Tune into the Sister City on Saturday for a major announcement about the future of this blog.
Following informal talks at an owner's meeting in Orlando, Councilmember Bernard Parks has been invited to make a formal pitch for pro football at the LA Coliseum to the NFL owners at their meetings in Denver in May. Parks will join Coliseum general manager Patrick Lynch as they work to convince the League to return pro football to Los Angeles.
Assembly Candidate Jim Alger is kicking off his Santa Clarita campaign, Saturday morning, April 1st, 10:30 a.m. at Old Orchard Park, corner of Lyons Avenue and Avenita Rottella in Santa Clarita. All are welcome.
The granddaughter of farm worker activist Caesar Chavez, Christine Chavez, announced her underdog campaign for the Democratic nomination for the 45th State Assembly District seat to be vacated by the termed out Jackie "Hurricane" Goldberg. Goldberg has endorsed attorney Elena Popp. Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez, D-Los Angeles, is backing California Teachers Association official Kevin De Leon. The 34 year old Chavez has worked for the United Farm Workers for the last eight years.
Wednesday evening you have the chance to view Mayor Villaraigosa in his weekly television gigs, in Spanish on Channel 34 at 6:00 p.m. and in English, on KCAL 9 at 9:25 p.m. Earlier in the day, the Mayor will speak at the presentation ceremony for comedian George Lopez's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
10:00AM - Los Angeles City Council Agenda
2:00PM - Trade, Commerce, and Tourism Committee, SPECIAL MEETING