Mayor Sam's Hotsheet for Tuesday
Los Angeles City Council Member Alex Padilla has surpassed the $1 million fundraising mark in his bid to seek the Democratic nomination for the 20th State Senate District. His primary opponent, Assembly Member Cindy Montanez, has raised just over $600,000.
Valley VOTE has endorsed twin legislative proposals offered by Assemblyman Keith Richman and Senator George Runner that would breakup the LA Unified School District. The organization notes that it has been in favor of a school district breakup since its days as an advocate for San Fernando Valley secession.
More parking privileges for the elite, this time at an Antonio Villaraigosa press conference. An email went out to City employees that they could park in restricted , nearby spaces with no tickets or towing. Community activists and supporters invited to be window dressing for the photo op did not get the same memo and had to park some distance away from the event.
Jonathan Levey, a Democrat from Santa Monica, who is seeking to replace the termed out 41st District Assembly Member Fran Pavley, has literally written the book on his campaign. Levey has authored and published "Ideas in Action," which details his six point plan to improve the district. The book is available for download on his website and will be distributed to voters throughout the 41st.
8:30AM - Housing, Community, and Economic Development Committee
10:00AM - Los Angeles City Council
2:00PM - Information Technology and General Services Committee Meeting
2:00PM - Planning & Land Use Management Committee Meeting
9:30AM - Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors