Joe Barrett's S.T centric Blog "Action Alert"
on Ed Reyes CD 1 style density in CD 2. From Joe B. This is very serious. We have a un-vetted project being fast tracked through the City. An incomplete application, no addressing the Historical Resource Impacts (to Bolton Hall), substandard infrastructure, and a Councilman that's MIA. Please write your letters today!
Why would Councilman Krekorian fail to find a need for supplemental environmental review on the Samoa Project considering among others ....
• The historic resource preservation cannot be ignored.
• There is inadequate parking and Samoa is a sub-standard street.
• There are no provisions to improve the infrastructure and the existing infrastructure can't handle the density now.
• The impacts on public safety. High crime area.
• Thorough Environmental Review must be required.
But then that was the argument of the Friends of the Southwest Museum, when they requested that a Supplemental EIR be conducted on the Autry National Center' plans to use public money to increase exhibit space at its Griffith Park location. And who was the council person that shot down the proposal?
OTHER NEWS AFTER THE JUMP.
** KABC 790 AM "Red Eye Radio" Host and Daily News Columnist Doug McIntyre states the obvious (but not to the Occupy LA "Red Rabble") that City Hall is occupied by corrupt entities.
Try submitting a Public Records request and see how long it takes to receive the requested records if at all.
** And as we focus on the follies of the "Red Rabble Occupying the South Lawn" LA Wave Newspaper "Soulvine Columnist" Betty Pleasant updates us on "Occupy Crenshaw Blvd."Najee Ali pulled out of the mass of demonstrators who have seized downtown L.A. and led a group of protesters to occupy Crenshaw Boulevard. Ali, along with staunch social/economic activists Big Money Griff, Jackie Grimes, Paulette Gipson, Beverly Hester and others marched on Crenshaw’s Wells Fargo Bank Wednesday and will do it to Bank of America in the Crenshaw Mall Thursday at 5 p.m. Like the rest of us, Ali and them abhor the banks’ racist, “reverse redlining” lending practices that have robbed African-Americans of their homes. But unlike the rest of us, they’ve resolved to do something about it.
Scott Johnson in CD 14
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