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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Zuma Dogg Nails Huizar's Vernon Intentions

We reported the other day on Jose Huizar's move to attempt to have the City of Los Angeles annex the struggling and shady nearby berg of Vernon.  Other bloggers noted it as a noble, democratic effort on the part of Street Hassle's favorite messiah next to Mike Gatto, but Zuma Dogg makes it very clear what's behind the move:

Money.  More precisely, a renewable energy scam with deep tentacles into the highest level of LA's elected leaders.

Read more about at Zuma's blog.

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Anonymous zuma blog's webmaster said:

Awe yeah! I just tweeted that there seems to be elevated viewership on the "City of Vernon" takeover story. Now I see why. THANKS FOR THE ADDED EXPOSURE. Now they're REALLY screwed!

February 15, 2011 10:44 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma Dogg missed one name: Ari Swiller. That's Antonio's pal, who purchased wind farm real estate that DWP was negotiating to buy, and then sold it to the City of Vernon for a huge profit. I bet Ari is also moving behind the scenes on the Vernon deal. Something stinks here.

February 15, 2011 10:56 PM  

Anonymous g said:

They are trying to raise everyone's electric and water with a 5% to 25% increase to your bill. all to finance a dwp control over energy. don't fall for it. I have tryed to give useable examples of what from a technology standpoint would save all of us thousands per year and could take pressure though demand off dwp. They aren't interested. read about "the Bloome Box" for one.

February 16, 2011 1:39 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

So, you link to his site, and he links to yours, and you make fun of Mailander, and he makes fun of you, and you swap verbal spit with 3-4 other unread blogs, like Tony Butkas - all visited by the same 3 dozen people, and no more.

What's the "technical" term for all that? Starts with the word "circle" I think?

Lube well!

February 16, 2011 3:15 PM  

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