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Monday, April 28, 2014

Morning Briefs (** with a Special Political Health Advisory for CD 14 Constituents) on the LA Political Machine for Monday

As the "Old Gray Political Health Advocate on Spring Street" (aka LA Times) seeks Full Disclosure on CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar's Personal and Medical Records before his November Sexual Harassment Trial, we offer a bloggin PSA in the interest of protecting the constituents of the Princeton Graduate, turned City Council Bad Boy.
"The Old Gray Political Health Advocate on Spring Street" (aka LA Times).
Good bloggin Monday morning to everyone as we immediately seek to garner the attention of CD 14 constituents to the following request from the "Old Gray Political Health Advocate on Spring Street" (aka LA Times), regarding its efforts to obtain personal and medical records pertaining to City Councilman Jose Huizar ...........  
The newspaper said it is seeking to be heard on the public's right to access records in the lawsuit filed last year by former Huizar Deputy Chief of Staff Francine Godoy because the case involves "matters of substantial public interest."
Huizar attorney Dennis Walsh filed paperwork four weeks ago seeking a protective order to prohibit disclosure of "private and sensitive information" until it becomes evidence at trial. Information collected during the case's pretrial discovery phase should not be used to "titillate the public," he said in the filing.
The Times argued the proposed order is overly broad and would violate court rules and the 1st Amendment. The public has an interest in assessing the truthfulness of allegations of official misconduct, the newspaper said in its filing.

Thus, as a Bloggin PSA, we caution everyone in CD 14, whether you are a constituent, Connected Non-Profit, aspiring Downtown Developer, single or married women, or the neighborhood political hack, to practice protection in all future contacts with the "Dear Charro, Princeton Graduate" and staff.

Protect yourself from a dreaded Third Term of Sleazy Huizzy.
** Residents of CD9 and CD 8 will be treated to dueling Fireworks Shows this Fourth of July as City Councilman Bernard Parks withdrew from his efforts to retain the annual pyrotechnic celebration of the Declaration of Independence at the now "CD 9/University of Scandalous Conduct Mausoleum". Councilman Price (along with USC and LA County Board of Supervisor Mark "Renovation-Thomas") will be free to cherry pick the annual festivities for their own benefit as Councilman Parks seeks a new location. 
** As always on Monday, we find interest in the City Hall-centric tidbits within longtime 200 Spring Street Scribe Rick Orlov's weekly "Tipoff Column. This week is no exception as Orlov notes Mayor Garcetti's continuing "reign of political payback" against the LA Chamber of Commerce's support of  Wendy "Boss D'Arcy Rizzo's Greuel" in the last May Mayoral Elections and in spotlighting the Rhodes Scholar, now Mayor's "Great Streets Initiative".  
** LA County Board of Supervisor Mark "Home Renovation-Thomas" gets some quality coverage in the Downtown News as he accuses the National Football League (NFL) of feigning interest in its desire to returning professional pigskin to Los Angeles. In discerning "Home Renovation-Thomas" comments, we ponder whether to place the same level of credence in his NFL assessments, as many in South LA (including Betty Pleasant), are in the LAUSD District 1 Campaign of Alex Johnson.  
** Lastly, EAA Union Rep Marlene Fonseca gets elected to the LA-32 NC.
EAA Union Rep Marlene Fonseca 
As Empower LA conducted its Region VIII Elections on Saturday, the EAA Union Rep for the grieving Neighborhood Empowerment Advocates (when not imposing subjective Exhaustive Efforts on NCs) Marlene Fonseca was part of a Councilman Jose Huizar-supported (and LA-32 NC Election Committee Chairperson?) slate of candidates that was partially-successful in its takeover of the LA-32 NC. Fonseca was the top vote getter in the At-large Category which should garner attention from Council for Councils Advocates, who are on the receiving end of grievances filed by the likes of LA-32 NC NEA/ Ovelord Lisette Covarrubias (allegedly).
Your thoughts ...............
Scott Johnson in CD 14


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