Comments from the dysfunctional cast of City Redistricting 2012 via the LA Times.
Note to Koreatown activists, these are the comments of two of the central figures of the backroom dealings that was City of Los Angeles Redistricting 2012. Thus, when the calls come in the future for campaign contributions, or when someone passes you the envelope with the "cash only invoice" for permits, these are two of the enablers that have subjective your community to the CD 10 City Councilman Herb "Mini Amin" Wesson Machine for ten more years.
Redistricting Commission Member Michael "MEAT" Trujillo on Koreatown: Commissioner Michael Trujillo suggested Koreatown was simply a victim of its central location. "Unfortunately, the way the process goes is, if you're in the middle of the city…that's going to be carved up," he said.
City Redistricting Commission Executive Director Andrew Westall on the future of Koreatown: Some were upbeat about the proposed changes. Andrew Westall, a former Wesson aide and the commission's top executive, said they reflected important achievements, ensuring that dozens of neighborhood council areas were not split between multiple districts. He contends Koreatown will be brought together in a single district — the one represented by his former boss — for the first time in 40 years.
Some of the best of "Laurette Watch" as the campaign for the 46th Assembly District heats up.
Schemes that make you go hmmm., or prompt you to contact the D.A.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: 2011 City of Los Angeles Redistricting Commission, 46th Assembly District, andrew westall, laurette healey, Laurette Watch, michael trujillo