The Price is wrong for CD 9!
State Senator Curren Price speaking at City Council in support of controversial redistricting plan.
Here comes another Sacramento retread in search of a pay raise.
The trail to 200 Springs Street is getting full of "burrocrats" laden with the carpetbags of termed-out state politicos in search of their next public paycheck.
The likes of Assemblyman Gil "One Bill" Cedillo, Mike Davis, Felipe "Mini Padilla" Fuentes, Bob "2 Jobs" Blumenfeld and now State Senator Curren "Wrong" Price, are seeking to bring their fail Sacramento ways to the Horseshoe.
For politically-astute CD 9 voters, it must be a laugh and galling at the same time, to have Price seek their support to replace current Councilwoman Jan Perry.
In the video above, Price is heckled by CD 9 constituents, as he showcases his enabling abilities in supporting Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and City Council President Herb "Mini Amin" Wesson's back room-crafted Redistricting Plan. Considering that the Redistricting 2012 fiasco has now gone to litigation, it is conceivable that CD 9 may revert back to its old boundaries, despite Price's support of stripping the economic assets that now reside mostly in CD 14.
But when that day comes, most CD 9 constituents will have hopefully voted that the "Price was not Right" for City Council.
** Hermon secessionist leader Joe Riser defends his actions in seeking another term
on the Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council. This progressive/neighborhood battle masks the fact that financial issues are being white -wash by DONE.
Memo to the Building & Safety Department, Academia Semillas del Pueblo's "Tata" Marco Aguilar and CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar, care to join the El Sereno Community in playing "Lets Find The Parking Lot" at the Old El Sereno Library? Parking-starved local merchants would appreciate your help.
BTW, I thought it was illegal to have street venders, conducting business next to a school location?
Your thoughts .............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: 2013 CD 9 City Council Campaign, Academia Semillas del Pueblo, Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council, City Councilman Jose Huizar, curren price, Joe Riser, Mitch Englander