We bring you another episode of "University of Scandalous Conduct" (USC) President Max Nikias-approved, Hazard Park Friday Tree Killing in the spirit of being a Good Neighbor.
USC President Max Nikias is all smiles when it come to destroying a community heritage for a better Trojan tomorrow.
** Blogger's Note: Lets call this bloggin Breaking News (but not unexpected). This morning, three more longtime trees that made up the historic Hazard Park Viewscape, were decapitated in another "University of Scandalous Conduct (USC) President Max Nikias-approved "Act of Community Destruction" at Historic Henry T. Hazard Park.
This latest assault on the Historic Henry T. Hazard Park configuration was part of a long term plan
, masked by a combination of double speak via paid USC shills such as David Galaviz
, "buying" the support of community organizations
and targeting those for retribution, who become impediments to their grand schemes (think Bernard Parks and Jan Perry). The timing this latest "Arbor Massacre"
was not surprising considering the comments made buy the likes of Galaviz (who's behavior mimicked the teenage voting bloc that help elect him to the Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council),
and the other assorted USC Suits in attendance at Wednesday's nights "Choreographed Special Meeting" of the Hazard Park Advisory Board. The assorted USC paid shills clearly stated, that preserving their "abundant dollars and cents" on park destruction, whoops street construction costs, were more paramount that listening to /neighbors/community concerns about the long term, adverse impact of their expansionist plans ....., but when you can "buy whatever governmental approvals needed for your future growth of the Trojan empire",
then communal Conquest can be readily achieve (or naught if righteous community activists fight back, instead of appeasing for future material gain)---Scott Johnson.
The last moments of these longtime Hazard Park-lining Trees.
Another USC Tree-killing Spree Underway.
A once majestic part of the Hazard Park View scape forever lost due to USC's "Good Neighborly" intentions.
We wonder if Sierra Club-endorsed CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar has any comments regarding this latest tree kill at Historic Henry T. Hazard Park?
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14