CRA Adelante Advisory Committee takes unified stance
for Governor Jerry Brown's proposed abolishment of California's CRA agencies.
Somewhere on the heights of University Hills last evening, Kevin Roderick's "Pop Star Mayor"
found its bloggin equivalence in Street Hassle's "Jose Adelante".
Thus, my bloggin life is complete with bloggers "WWG" and Joseph Mailander being joined for bloggin eternity, as "musing scribes of puff" on the political clients of Parke Skelton, but shall we focus on real news via Ron Kaye
Real discerning reporters, bloggers and columnists would of been well served in attending last night's CRA Adelante Advisory Committee Meeting in Councilman Jose Huizar's own Boyle Heights neighborhood, where the full board voted to support California Governor Jerry Brown's proposed abolishment of CRA/LA and CRA's statewide.
As NELA Lives Blog's Tony Butka muses on Tuesday proceedings
, being that he was an active participant at Tuesday evening gathering, Governor Jerry Brown and State Controller John Chiang, need to focus on the selfless actions of this diverse board who's message should resonate loud and clear throughout the city and state political community. BTW, considering the importance of last night's meeting, not one member of Councilman Huizar's staff attended, which was noted by those from the community.
Care to know what your friendly CRA staffer is being paid? Link here
. Then there are the pension costs.
But then there are more important "comedic affairs" that Councilman Charro Huizzy Corleone must attend to .............
What happens when the staffers of various politico make front page news for their after hours dubious exploits? Its called paid leave of absence pending resolution of their respective legal proceedings.
La Opinion reports on the payout to the "at-will staffers", citing GRYD official Blanca "fightin" Martinez-Navarro, City Administrative Office Miguel "DUI" Santana and our old CD 14 Deputy Chief of Staff Henry "Domestic Abuser" Casas, as shining examples of those who are financially compensated to stay at home.
In Casas case, he was paid upwards of $50,000 to sit at home, by the phone for six months by Councilman Huizar, until he was formally added to the growing ranks of "ex. CD 14 staffers". Question here is whether Councilman Huizar used the CLARTS Fund to offset the salary of Henry Casas during his six months "home confinement"?
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: "COUNCILMAN LAST SEEN AS JOSE HUIZAR", CRA Adelante Advisory Committee, joseph mailander, kevin roderick, Tony Butka