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Tuesday, September 03, 2013

Morning Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Tuesday

As Americans celebrated Labor Day ( ..... and local politicos paid homage to their labor bosses ), a certain CD 14 City Councilman ( who BTW, graduated from Princeton University), escaped the local political heat, for a trip South of the Border.
Live from Puebla, Mexico! Its the "Dear Charro/ Princeton Graduate" City Councilman Jose Huizar feeding some CLARTS to his new friend. (We wonder who or what account paid for this junket?).
  For CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar, a choreographed visit South of the Border to Puebla, Mexico was the perfect opportunity to escape the media scrutiny that has engulfed him since former staffer Francine Godoy accused him of Sexual Harrassment. In the photo above, Councilman Huizar is being honored by the Puebla Municipal Government for advocating for the rights of its citizens. 
Of course no junket is complete without taking in the sites ( and posing for photos). ** The likes of David Z, Jon Regardie and a certain blog might be a future target for the cannon.
From the halls of the historic Puebla Library, we ponder if someday there will be enough space to archive the memoirs of legions of ex Councilman Huizar staffers and the volumes of pending CD 14 Political Novellas?
........ lastly, its refreshing to note that the same rules apply south of the border regarding the posting of banners which highlight the "Dear Charro/ Princeton Graduate, and AMIGO, Jose Huizar.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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Blogger david barron said:

City personnel are routinely trained again and again and again about sexual harrassment. Councilman Huizar is not exempt. The City Human Resources Director should be taking the lead and handling the investigation. Coucilman Herb Wesson should not interfere by appointing a panel who don't even handle HR investigation's on a daily bases.

If I were on the council I would bring a motion to make an ordinance that would make it a crime for any employee or elected official to interfere in an HR investigation. Perhaps more employees would report any wrong doing within a City department.

September 07, 2013 4:27 PM  

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