As CD 1 City Clowncil Central Committee Member Gil "Broken Deal Cedillo" continues to ignore constituents, a just release Fiscal Report from the Office of the City Clerk documents "Broken Deal Cedillo" granting infamous Immigration Rights Activist, now Convicted Felon Larry "Nativo" Lopez's Organization another $5,000 in Public Funds.
CD 1 City Clowncilman "Broken Deal Cedillo" ignores Cypress Park Stakeholders .......,
........., while granting Convicted Felon Larry "Nativo" Lopez's "Citizen in Action Community Development Organization" another $5,000 and denying funding for the likes of the cancelled Lincoln Park Fireworks Show.
$15,000 dollars and counting.
As activists from MacArthur Park to Cypress Pass continue to vent their respective displeasure at the lack of follow through from second year CD 1 City Clowncil Central Committee Member Gil "Broken Deal Cedillo" ......., a Convicted Felon continues to benefit from the Fiscal Largess of his "Immigrant Rights Brother".
The just completed 2014 General City Purposes Fund Allocation Report for CD 1, discloses that infamous Illegal Alien Supporter and Convict Felon for Voter Fraud, Larry "Nativo" Lopez's Orange County-based "Citizen in Action Community Development Organization", was granted the top amount of $5,000, that was also given to the Hollenbeck Youth Center in CD-14.
Surely, the latest disclosure of "Broken Deal Cedillo" granting Public Funds to a Convicted Felon such as Nativo, is bound to raise the ire of those who's request for funding (for example, the cancelled Lincoln Park Fireworks Show), was denied in favor of a Orange County Organization with tax and ethical issues.
** Who did the NFL reach out to when searching for help in revamping its Disciplinary Policies? Hint, a former Chief of Police and soon to be termed-out CD 8 City Councilman, with vast experience on the issue.
CD 8 City Councilman Bernard Parks.
“They were interested in my experience at the LAPD and how we handled discipline,” Parks said. “In many ways, there are a lot of similarities between an NFL player and a police officer.
“Both have to deal with a lot of emotion on the job, but the question is, How do they cope with that when they are off the field or when they go home?
“How do you cope with those emotions once the game is over or you are done with your shift? There are a lot of parallels.”
As yesterday's absolute deadline for potential City Council and School Board Candidate's qualifying signatures
, is now history, two notable activists are in limbo regarding their respective efforts to qualify for the March 2015 Ballot.
In CD 2, David Hernandez still has not been certified. Meanwhile in CD 14, the big surprise is longtime Progressive Activist Carlos Montes
, who's total of submitted signatures, was deemed insufficient for inclusion.
A Fundraiser for naught?
Your thoughts ...............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: 2015 CD 14 City Council Elections, 2015 City Council elections, Broken Deal Cedillo, Carlos Montes for CD 14, CD 8 City Councilman Bernard Parks, david hernandez, Larry Nativo Lopez