Everyone wants something today.
The Teamsters Union wants the Los Angeles City Council to approve a contract with SuperShuttle at LAX despite the fact it would technically violate the City's goofy boycott against Arizona due to the company's office in the Grand Canyon state.
LA Unified School District Superintendent Ramon Cortines wants to retire. The 78 year old administrator will likely be replaced next spring by Deputy John Deasy.
Now that it's public the Bell City Council wants three overpaid bureaucrats to resign. The officials include Chief Administrative Officer Robert Rizzo, who earns $787,637 a year, Assistant City Manager Angela Spaccia, who makes $376,288 a year, and Police Chief Randy Adams, whose annual salary of $457,000 is 50 percent more than that of Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck.
Michael Lohan wants to visit his daughter Lindsay in jail but she doesn't want him to. Steve Whitmore, an L.A. County Sheriff's Department spokesman told the LA Times "Inmates only see people they want to see. If a person doesn't want to see an individual, they are denied access."
Fresh off the Shirley Bebitch Sherrod debacle the NAACP wants to hold it's 2011 convention in Los Angeles. No word if Mayor Villaraigosa wants tickets.
Carson Mayor Mike Dear wants fellow Carson Clowncil members Lula Davis-Holmes and Mike Gipson to switch seats during Council meetings. They don't want to.
The Crenshaw Light Rail Line will run from the Metro Green Line near LAX to the Expo Rail Line at Crenshaw. Residents in Westchester want an extra station on the line.
Phil Jennerjahn wants Zuma Dogg to blog more. So he's bought the noted gadfly and economist a new laptop computer power cord.
Socialists in Los Angeles want to revive their organization and become a program of income redistribution. No word if Phil Jennerjahn plans to smash evil there.