Opposition to Measure B is growing
. Ron Kaye reports that Council Members Bernard Parks, Dennis Zine and Greig Smith have gone on record opposing the controversial DWP measure and that "Bill Rosendahl, is now undecided." Kaye also notes that 32 Neighborhood Councils and two NC coalitions, at least seven homeowner groups and business organizations, the county Republican Party and the Harbor Democratic club have joined the opposition.
Industry news source FTVLive is reporting that NBC may outsource local news operations at it's owned and operated stations
, perhaps to local Fox stations who NBC has an agreement with to share programming. Apparently NBC brass aren't happy with the revenue performance of their local news divisions and their associated websites. According to sources, NBC honcho Jeff Zucker wants to align the local websites with MSNBC. The report says however that the outsourcing program will not affect KNBC here in Los Angeles.
If you're interested in having input into the legislative redistricting reform contained in the voter approved Proposition 11 last fall, here's your opportunity. The California State Auditor will hold a public hearing
on Monday, February 23rd from 11am to 5pm at the Mark Taper Auditorium, 630 W. 5th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071.
The San FernandoValley Republican Club has released a list of recommended voters and ballot measure positions for the March 3rd election
. To me the most interesting thing is how many Republicans are not running in some of the various races.
City Council President Eric Garcetti is holding a competition for local residents to design bike racks
to be built and installed in his District. The prize for the winning design is $2000. How about a contest to design a better City government? Oh wait - that's Garcetti's job!
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