Zuma Dogg stating the facts to CD 11 City Councilman Bill Rosendahl.
City of Los Angeles political historians would be advise that any future works on the Mayor Antonio Villar Era at City Hall would be incomplete without mention of three Venice Beach Boardwalk Merchants who took their grievances to City Hall and became civic legends. Matt Dowd, Michael Hunt and an incenses salesperson/ sidewalk performer who's moniker "Zuma Dogg" will forever be preserved in local civic history, shook up City Hall and left their mark, especially in the "public comment
records" and on the payout ledgers of the city treasury.
OTHER POLITICAL NEWS AFTER THE JUMP:
City Councilman Ed Reyes Chief of Staff Jose Gardea has filed papers with the City Clerk to start the process of raising money to replace his boss as the CD 1 City Councilman in 2013.
But if Gardea thinks that his long term of service in CD 1 will ensure him twelve years of gainful employment, he should look to the slopes of Mt. Washington where the top "Latina Politico in Los Angeles County", is eyeing a return to office space at 200 Spring Street.
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: CD 15 Special election, David "Zuma Dogg" Saltsburg, Joe Buscaino, Jose Gardea, mayor antonio villaraigosa