KCAL/KCBS Reporter Dave Lopez gets CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar on video, admitting to speculation that he had imbibed an alcohol beverage before his costly $185,000 Accident involving the city-owned vehicle ($40,000 plus Toyota Highlander) he was driving.
Was it only one adult beverage Councilman Huizar?
In lieu of CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar's confirmation of speculation that he had indeed, imbibed an adult beverage before his costly $185,000 Accident, we ask the Princeton Graduate to truthfully answer the following Common Core-thematic, political math question.
A. Mr. Ceja would not accept the Princeton Graduate's street side settlement offer from an undisclosed cash source (and in violation of city protocols for reporting accidents in city vehicles), allegedly.
B. Maybe you should ask Councilman Huizar's "former Staffer Erick Martell" if you can find him at his new job at the Port of Los Angeles?
C. What happens in back of a Hollenbeck Police Car, metabolizes in back of a Hollenbeck Police Car, allegedly.
D. Whatever was the alleged, true amount of imbibed adult beverages before rear ending Mr. Ceja did not show up on breathalyzer after two hours in back of Hollenbeck Police Car.
E. Maybe you should focus on why a late, former White CD 14 City Councilman was never convicted for driving drunk in his city vehicle?
F. The Dear Charro, Princeton Graduate's "Political Soul Brother" City Council President Herman "Mini Amin" Wesson said that it would take six-figures of your tax dollars to buy his way out of this latest character "FUBAR".
G. All of the above, allegedly.
We knew Martell loved his time working for Councilman Huizar.
Erick J. Martell currently serves as Legislative Representative for the Port of Los Angeles.The Port of Los Angeles encompasses 7,500 acres of land and water along 43 miles of waterfront. It features 24 passenger and cargo terminals, including automobile, breakbulk, container, dry and liquid bulk, and warehouse facilities that handle billions of dollars’ worth of cargo each year. The Port also wields tremendous economic impact, generating employment for more than 3 million Americans nationwide. In California alone, nearly 1 million jobs are related to trade though the Port of Los Angeles.
Prior to his current post, Erick J. Martell served as the Legislative & Transportation Director for Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar, 14th District. The District includes Downtown Los Angeles, as well as Boyle Heights, El Sereno, Highland Park and Eagle Rock. Erick successfully advanced the Councilman’s public policy agenda on a broad range of issues and was the point person on matters relating to Los Angeles World Airports, Port of Los Angeles, Public Safety, Public Works, Budget & Finance, LAUSD, Intergovernmental Affairs and Labor relations.
Erick also managed transportation issues for the Councilman, who served on the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Agency Board of Directors (Metro). In this capacity, Erick was involved with a variety of significant transportation projects, including the Regional Connector, which will greatly improve the connectivity of the transportation network for the region and serve as an important economic development tool for Downtown Los Angeles and LA County.
.........., one can surmise that Erick has learned the fine art of reaping the political spoils by keeping silent and remaining loyal to his bosses.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar, Erick Martell