"Weekly of Record Editor Jill Stewart"
"Councilman Jose Huizar's Chief of Staff and purveyor of empty answers Ana Cubas, as posted at the LA Weekly".
Can Parke, Trujillo and the rest of the Huizzynistas do anything to stop the CLARTS Fund Controversy from going viral? What will "Team Huizzy" do to deflect the growing attention from "Tricky Huizzy's" commandeering of public fund to promote the image of the Boyle Heights/ Zacatecas "rags to political corruption poster child"? Hmmm, maybe plant a story on Rudy Martinez using Home Depot day laborers to repair flipped houses, who knows?
But as 2010 nears its final couple of days, the once unknown discretionary fund, at least after Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Jose Huizar took over as CD 14' councilperson following Nick Pacheco, will continue its growth in prominence with each day of continue stonewalling by the Princeton graduate.
The central feature in today's posting on the CLARTS Fund by Stewart is the comments of The Voice Newspaper Editor Carlos Morales regarding his struggles with Councilman Huizar to get full disclosure on the status of the amenities fund, which he has not received directly, despite promises by CD 14 staff, mainly Chief of Staff Ana Cubas. Can you call this payback for reporting on something Councilman Huizar wanted few to know? Did "Tricky Huizzy" go to Princeton as he is known to remind many at his scripted events? I think the answer is yes.
But in the early days of 2011, we may have some examples how "Tricky Huizzy" plan to utilize the CLARTS Fund, just in time for his re-election campaign. Can you say patronage? Quid pro quo? More ahead in the New Year.
Scott Johnson in CD 14
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