Mayor Sam's Hotsheet for Tuesday
Walter Moore, on the other hand, was not convinced by Bush's speech.
Full Disclosure Network asks "Is it acceptable for Cardinal Roger Mahony to instruct his Priests, Bishops and Catholic lay workers to defy U. S. Immigration Laws." Their latest internet video program features a discussion with Catholic radio broadcaster Stan Interrante who doesn't exactly agree with the Cardinal. Click here for more.
Assembly Candidate Jonathan Levey is attacking traffic and plans to test four different modes of travel during rush hour on the 101. Martini Republic's Joe Mailander will be joining Levey and will surely have his observations of the experiment later in the day on MR's Angeleno Section.
The Los Angeles Unified School District has received a top honor for land use excellence, district officials announced today. The district was a winner of the Urban Land Institute's Award for Excellence: The America's Competition, according to district officials. The award is widely considered as the land use industry's most prestigious recognition program.
Mayor Villaraigosa will be in Washington, D.C. Tuesday with Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard, D-Los Angeles, to lobby on behalf of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce.
The Los Angeles Police Commission will meet today to consider whether or not police officers should moonlight as private investigators.
8:30AM - Housing, Community, and Economic Development Committee
10:00AM - Los Angeles City Council Agenda
2:00PM - Information Technology and General Services Committee Meeting
2:00PM - Planning & Land Use Management Committee Meeting, Cancelled
9:30 AM - LA County Board of Supervisors