Mayor Sam's Hotsheet for Wednesday
The Zuma Dogg Summer continues, the revolution of 2006 presses on. This time, Zuma Dogg is kicked out of City Hall while his mother makes her first public comment. Also, LA Voice picks up on the Z Dogg phenomenon.
Martini Republic takes to task local papers who don't make the effort to research what is actually happening when it comes to housing, as opposed to relying solely on real estate pundits from local universities.
Here in Van Nuys shows a filthy mini-mall that has escaped City attention. While the Council is dealing with global warming and fighting the war in Iraq, local problems go untouched. Here is a list of the suspects responsible for this mess.
Straight Democrats are rallying around openly gay Republican Assembly candidate Steve Sion. A candidate meet and greet is planned for August 24th in WeHo.
Wikipedia has an interesting article about the O-Bahn Busway in Adelaide, Australia. The similarities between the Orange Line and transit in the San Fernando Valley are interesting and could certainly provoke some discussion on transit.
Mayor Villaraigosa will be joined Wednesday by religious leaders who will announce their support for legislation that would give him control over the LAUSD.
Doug McIntyre of KABC will be running a segment with new information about Academia Semillas del Pueblo Wednesday morning.
Chief Bratton will appear on Patt Morrison's KPCC radio program Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. Your phone calls are welcome.