The DWP plans to mount a major campaign to encourage Angelenos to reduce water use in advance of the pending water shortage. Why not hire Zuma Dogg as a spokesman?
If you missed the Mayor's State of the City speech, you can read the prepared text here as well as Solomon's excellent Tweets
City Attorney candidate Carmen Trutanich has issued a plan for increased security at the Port of Los Angeles. Trutanich has called for a number of reforms saying, “As Los Angeles City Attorney, I will have a responsibility to see that everything that can be done is being done to protect this critically important resource to our regional and national economy."
Further in-depth reporting of School Board Member Tamar Galatzan's train wreck of a "town hall meeting" in Northridge Monday night via the Beckford Parents Blog.
If you thought the Clowncil's steps to put Measure B on the ballot was a rushed, under the radar, shady effort, here's another one worthy of a citizens' alert: The Mayor is quietly planning to outsource LA's parking meters in exchange for a big upfront payoff.
If you're looking to attend a tax day Tea Party protest, here's a list of several in and around Los Angeles County.
Despite the hooting and hollering from the billboard wackos who think that supergraphics and vinyl are the biggest threat since Osama Bin Laden, a poll by a group of USC students finds that Fifth District voters - considered to be ground zero for billboard-wack-aphobia - do not consider signage to be a major issue. Reacting to the poll, candidate David Vahedi said “I’m actually shocked by that." Get outside the bubble folks and you won't be shocked. Most folks in LA are concerned about crime and jobs.
Big debate amongst readers at CurbedLA over whether or not it makes sense to buy a condo in a bankrupt development.