Legacy LA supporter and Ramona Gardens Resident Advisory Council Member Liliana Martinez testifies (at 26:45 mark on video) on the behalf of 7-eleven as noted in previous Mayor Sam post.
What did Legacy LA get in return for their support of 7-eleven at this hearing? View pictures of Martinez "side-(walk) business" after the jump.
Navy Veteran and Small Business Owner Ben Lee with wife Yu Mei, longtime owners of "The Sugar Donut" shop on Mission Road next to Lincoln Park in CD 1. Why are the likes of Legacy LA, Councilman Ed Reyes, Lincoln Heights Chamber of Commerce and State Senator Kevin De Leon supporting 7-eleven's efforts to push increased beer and wine sales in "sensitive communities"?
Eviction Notice seeking to remove Mr. Lee and his business to make room for new 7-eleven store, with its beer and wine sales. More documents and photos after the jump
Document highlighting CD 1 City Councilman Ed Reyes and State Senator Kevin De Leon support of 7-eleven store with its beer and wine sales across the street from Lincoln Park.
Legacy LA supporter and Ramona Gardens Resident Advisory Council Member Liliana Martinez cooking tacos for recent Ramona Gardens RAC Father's Day event.
Liliana Martinez at her Saturday morning "side-(walk) business" location. Notice any business license in photo? Does her support of 7-eleven with the likes of Councilman Ed Reyes, Councilman Jose Huizar, State Senator Kevin De Leon and former Hollenbeck CPAB Chairperson Lou Calanche,
allows Martinez to operate her sidewalk enterprise without fear of legal consenquences?
And while the likes of Legacy LA supporter Liliana Martinez operates her sidewalk enterprise, an immigrant veteran of our armed forces stands in front of his "American Dream" wondering why so-called progressives would seek to take away what he worked so hard to acheive.
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: Councilman Ed Reyes, kevin de leon, Legacy LA, Richard Alatorre