Happy NyQuil-dazed morning to all as we (at lease this blogger) floats our way over the mid-week hump. Mayor Antonio Villar will give his annual "State of the City via his Teleprompter Address" this evening from Paramount Studios. Thus, some six-plus years after being elected mayor of America's second largest city, has Los Angeles changed for the better under Mayor Antonio Ramon Villar? LA Magazine and many Angelinos would grade Mayor Villar's reign as a ..............
The Indigenous-based Charter School Academia Semillas del Pueblo will be come the poster child for whats constitutes educational progress (or lack of) under the reign of Mayor Villar. Contrary to the recommendation of educational professionals within LAUSD. Academia Semillas del Pueblo just had their Charter renewed
We don't need to meet stinking benchmarks when we have political friends like Mayor Villar, LAUSD School Board President Monica Garcia and City Councilman Jose Huizar.
Academia property next to Hecho En Mexico Eatery.
But more troubling and sadly "nothing new in an ethically-challenged Mayor Villar Administration", are questions of improper zoning practices regarding Academia Semillas del Pueblo properties in El Sereno. The above documentation from LAUSD takes Academia to task for not operating under proper building codes. More on that in the days ahead.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: $460 mil lausd budget cuts, Academia Semillas del Pueblo, mayor antonio villaraigosa