The Reagan Family at its Santa Barbara Ranch decades back.
On the democratic side of the political landscape, a new blog dedicated to the upcoming political theatrics in the newly-drawn 30th Congressional District "Berman vs.Sherman"
debuts courtesy of the Jewish Journal. This race is shaping up to be the local political version of the Haganah
infighting of the Jewish Independence.
Councilman Jose Huizar and Councilwoman Jan Perry had a busy morning after El Grito, promoting their "Parklet" plan for both CD 14 and 9.
Memo to Councilman Huizar, before pushing another park plan on El Sereno, should you first make sure that the needed improvements to El Sereno Park see their proper resolution?
** Coming up later today, we will have a round up on the contested Assembly races locally, plus we are hearing rumors that an exploratory committee has been set up to challenge a "certain infant assemblyman".
Scott Johnson in CD 14
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