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Thursday, October 01, 2015

Clowncilman Fuentes Ousts STNC, Day 2: "Its About the Homeless (allegedly)"

On "Clowncilman Fuentes Ousts STNC, Day 2", the "Mini Padilla" of the Northeast San Fernando Valley Democratic Political Machine, cites need for space to deal with area Homeless Issues (allegedly) as reason for Ousting the Sunland Tujunga Neighborhood Council (STNC).
CD 7 Clowncilman "Mini Padilla" Fuentes:  "Maybe the LAFH Apartments on Day Street might have a meeting space for the STNC?"
On Day 2 of "Clowncilman Fuentes Oust STNC", its become apparent that the City of Los Angeles "Homeless State of Emergency" and the resulting local actions of CD 7 City Councilman Central Committee Member Felipe "Mini Padilla" Fuentes, played a role in the booting of the STNC from its longtime meeting space in Tujunga.
Constituents received the following email in recent days from their Clowncilman, stating the following .........,
Bringing more services to
Council District Seven
Since taking office, more than two years ago, we have witnessed a growing need to provide more services to address homelessness in our communities. I've made it a priority to partner with social services agencies, such as Los Angeles Family Housing (LAFH), to provide resources and shelter for our local homeless population. In fact, I'm working to bring more services to Council District Seven. Recently, the City Council approved my motion to begin negotiations to provide space at the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood City Hall. LAFH provides various resources such as outreach and assessment, housing location and placement, case management, job training and employment services, child care and tutoring, continuing education services, financial literacy, onsite primary and behavioral health care and more. By partnering with LA Family Housing, we are responding to the growing need for services from the chronically homeless individuals. We are tackling this city-wide issue with the end goal is to ensure EVERYONE in the community is safe and receives the services they need and deserve.
OK, but did the same Los Angeles Family Housing Organization just complete building a Homeless Apartment Complex on Day Street, to house the area's chronic homeless population?
The LAFH Day Street Apartments.
In a ideal world, one would think that a Non-Profit built, living facility would have administrative infrastructure in place, to provide services that will possibly be replicated at the proposed Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood City Hall location.
But then the likes of Clowncilman "Mini Padilla" Fuentes and his Northeast San Fernando Valley Democratic Machine cohorts, would not be the types to let a City Hall-manufacturer "Homeless State of Emergency Crisis", go to waste in enacting political pay-back.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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