As the backlash grows against the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council (STNC) Lockout tactics of CD 7 City Councilman Felipe Fuentes, its becoming more apparent that the looming Federal Grand Jury proceedings involving members and staffers of the Northeast San Fernando Valley Democratic Machine's "Gang of Five", may have played a role in Councilman Fuente's actions.
The Northeast San Fernando Valley Democratic Machine's "Gang of Five".
** As non-essential City of Los Angeles facilities engage in a Columbus Day Holiday Lockdown, the growth in the backlash against the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council (STNC) Eviction initiated by CD 7 City Councilman Felipe Fuentes continues.
The actions of the two major coalition of NCs come in response to documents that disclose Councilman Fuentes lack of forthrightness in noting that the STNC was in fact, leasing office space that was label vacant, when the CD 7 Officeholder sought approval of the full City Council to grant office space to the Los Angeles Conservation Corp and the Los Angeles Housing Group.
Thus, the Councilman Fuentes Lockout/Eviction of the STNC, may have a political retribution origin. More on that later.
Last week rains washed out a planned protest, targeting the Highland Park Figueroa Corridor policies of CD 1 City Council Gil Cedillo,
What has gone unreported until now is a possible CD 14 Councilman Jose Huizar connection to the protest leaders. Both Cycling Activist Josez Bray-Ali and Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council President Monica Alcarez, are staunch Huizar supporters, prompting objective observes to opine that the just re-elect CD 14 Officeholder, is inciting the protests as retribution for Councilman Cedillo's support of former CD 14 City Council Candidate Gloria Molina.
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