"CD 14 City Council Candidate Rudy Martinez at Clean Sweep LA Kickoff"
Safe to say when you own a restaurant and bar, late hours are par for the course.
Thus, it was no problem for CD 14 City Council Candidate Rudy Martinez to dedicate a half hour of today's early morning to KRLA's Kevin James. You can link to segment one
and segment two
at your leisure.
Martinez holds the distinction of being the recipient of the first independent expenditure on the March 2011 Campaign Season. This was courtesy of Broadway Merchants who paid $23,900
for a billboard near Broadway and Fifth Street, with his likeness gracing those within view.
In addition to Martinez appearance on the Kevin James Show, the latest speculation revolving around his campaign, is the link to a "certain high-profile consultant" who's name is well-known to regulars here at Mayor Sam.
If you wish to meet Rudy Martinez in person, the Martinez Campaign will be hosting a "meet and greet" tomorrow from 11-3PM at their Campaign Office located on 4745 Eagle Rock Blvd. You can link to the Rudy Martinez for City Council Webpage here
Other CD 14 Campaign News:
** Paster Randy Carrillo of Highland Park has become the fifth candidate to pull papers for City Council.
** According to The Voice Newspaper Editor Carlos Morales, Councilman Jose Huizar will make public the status of the CLARTS Fund in the near future. At a October 6, 2010 Meeting of the LA-32 Neighborhood Council, Chief of Staff Ana Cubas stated that there was only $60,000 in this fund. We will know soon if her information is correct.
** It seems that Councilman Jose Huizar is also pulling the plug on the Legacy LA mis-adventures at the Hazard Park Armory. In additions to supposed false promises, the final straw regarding Legacy's soon to be ended stay at the Armory, was their "Casino Night Fundraiser", where alcohol was served. This in violation of Recreation & Parks rules.
** According to sources, the Ramona Gardens Resident Advisory Council are no longer willing allies of Councilman Huizar. According to those who were at a recent meeting, Councilman Huizar was treated in a rude manner by those who were officiating the proceedings. At one point he ask to speak but was told that he was not invited and his request denied. A quick editorial thought, however one may feel about the person holding the position should not cause one to disrespect the office in everyday public interaction.
This incident seems to forecast tough days ahead for Councilman Huizar's re-election hopes.
Scott Johnson in CD 14
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