Its the CD 11 Medical Marijuana Twins!
The "Old Gray Hag on Spring Street" called out-going CD 11 City Councilman Bill Rosendahl's twenty minute verbal retrospective yesterday, "a bridge burner".
We dare say it was candid and refreshing ......
There is nothing better than a leftist progressive, calling out his own establishment Democratic Party leaders and then also take a verbal shot at AEG's reclusive owner Phillip Anshultz, top cap his remarks.
Yet, most observers were focus on why Rosendahl waited to announce his future intentions, which in timing, benefit his Chief of Staff and now candidate Mike Bonin But the benefit of timing may be compromise by the selection of JOHN SHALLMAN as his Campaign Counsultant.
Maybe its time to form "Draft Zuma Dogg for CD 11" IE PAC Committee?
What Princeton Graduate, CD 14 City Councilman lurks behind the black notebook?
[Update at 1:17 p.m.]: The council did it. On an 11-1 vote, they seconded that emotion, according to our City News Service feed. This thing is over. Councilman Jose Huizar, who was opposed to the repeal and who was the main force behind the ban, was absent
This would not be the first time that Councilman Huizar, has resorted to hiding from a politically-damaging outcome in the Horseshoe.
The price is bound to make local political observers go hmm and further ponder the motivation for Mayor Antonio Villar's silence, before the sale of the AEG Empire was announced publicly. Maybe this little fact may have contributed to Mayor Villar's silence?
AEG has been good at getting the city to provide it with value. The L.A. Live/Staples Center complex sits atop a neighborhood that was torn down at the behest of City Hall, and the developments were built with the aid of millions in tax breaks and taxpayer loans.Glad we could help out a conservative, Republican billionaire. Now, what are the people of Los Angeles getting out of this?
Wrong! Its what awaits Mayor Villar, once he leaves office.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: AEG, CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar, City Councilman Bill Rosendahl, John Shallman Communications, medical marijuana