" City Councilman Richard "Zorro Marxist" Alarcon laughs at residency laws??"
The "Proletariat Class" of City Councilman Richard "the Zorro Marxist" Alarcon's 7th District have been betrayed!!
This is not the first time that Alarcon's residency has garnered scrutiny.
In 2007, Alarcon attempted to get his wife's "Dacha" and about 200 other homes moved into his 7th District collectivist enclave, but was rebutted. The "Zorro Marxist" and his "life partner"/wife Montes de Oca then were also expose for the "crime against the people" of wanting to build elitist "Dachas" on their "Nordhoff People's Avenue" land parcel.
Worst, the "Zorro Marxist" attempted to get the "Nordhoff People's Avenue" reclassify from a "busy people's highway designation" to a quiet "collectivist collector street", a move that would have spared Montes de Oca from having to forfeit 2,840 square feet of her lot to the "people land bank"/city, A CRIME AGAINST THE COLLECTIVE INDEED!!
Maybe its time for the Proletariat in the 7th District, to rise up and purge the "Zorro Marxist" and send him off to some "re education gulag" of ethical reform?
The Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council, who have become an dysfunctional mess within the last few months according to local sources, is now facing new scrutiny for their lavish expenses.
In an audit of neighborhood council expenditures by City Controller Wendy Greuel, the CD 1 "fun bunch" has amassed $12,000 in restaurant bills, $8,000 in cash withdrawals and $300 on laundry among other questionable expenditures.
** City Councilman Jose Huizar is starting off the New Year by transferring $50,000 from the "CLARTS Fund" for undisclosed use. What and how this fund is use, as we head towards the next election cycle in CD 14, should be open and transparent to all. (Council Motion 09-0326 S1 CD 14).
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck dispelled the notion
that LA's gangbangers are getting "too old to bang".
Assemblyman Kevin De Leon and State Senator Gil Cedillo are in agreement
on a deal to swap titles, pending voter approval of course.
Robert "Bud" Ovrom was confirmed
as the new General Manager of the Department of Building and Safety by the City Council.
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: "COUNCILMAN LAST SEEN AS JOSE HUIZAR", Historic Highland park Neighborhood Council, Richard Alarcon