"POLITICS OF TOWING":
Thanks to the likes of Jose Huizar and Janice Hahn, more communities are revisiting
their policies, pertaining to the impounding of vehicles driven by unlicensed drivers. Notice, nowhere in that sentence, did we mention anything about the immigration status of the effected drivers. The "slope of equal and fair interpretation of laws", gets slippery when race is injected into the discussion.
"FRIEND OF GIL, MARIO BELTRAN":
"ATTORNEY GENERAL JERRY BROWN CRACKS DOWN ON BUSINESSES ":
State Attorney General Jerry Brown has a novel idea. He wants to crack down on businesses
who do not pay their employees at least the legal minimum wage. Leave it to old "GOV. MOONBEAM" to realize that this may be an issue ? G.A. Brown, here are some places that you may want to check out, Mac Arthur Park, Soto and Cesar Chavez, anyone selling peanuts, flowers, snow cones on street corners, anyone pushing a "PALETA CART". I'm sure the blogger sphere can add more locations. Then maybe partner up with ICE on enforcement.
"CAN NAHAI STAND UP TO IBEW AT DWP ?":
Thursday brings out the latest "TARGETS OF SNIPING"
from City Beat writer, formerly of the LA Weekly, Alan Mittelstaedt. Main target this week is the Mayor's selection for GM at DWP, H. David Nahai. Main premise being whether Nahai can Stand up to IBEW's Brian D'Arcy. Also quick hit on Tutor of Tutor-Saliba.
"JOE TORRE NEW DODGERS MANAGER":
Dodgers were granted an exemption by Major League Bassball, from the minority recruitment process.The hiring of Torre
, and a possible play for Alex Rodriguez may bring about a realignment in the Los Angeles sports scene.
Eastern Group Publications has endorsed Robert Urteaga for Montebello City Council. We wish him luck in his quest for elective office.
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