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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Mayor Sam Exclusive: Liar, Liar!! CD-1 Broken Deal Cedillo's Integrity on Fire ........., Again

In a Mayor Sam Exclusive, we expose again, an alleged "Act of Political Embellishment" via CD 1 City Councilman Gil "Broken Deal Cedillo" regarding the proposed construction of Affordable/Transitional Housing on FIVE city-owned lots in Lincoln Heights. 
CD 1 City Council Candidate Josef Bray-Ali (standing in suit on right side) counters the questionable assertions as presented by CD 1 Staffer Jose Rodriguez regarding Broken Deal Cedillo's HOLD on proposed Lincoln Heights Developments.
** Blogger's Notes: In a Mayor Sam Exclusive, we disclose, AGAIN another "Act of Political Embellishment" via Second Term-seeking CD 1 City Councilman Gil "Broken Deal Cedillo", regarding the proposed Affordable/Transitional Housing Developments on FIVE city-owned lots in Lincoln Heights. 
In response to a growing Lincoln Heights Community BACKLASH, CD 1 Staffer Jose Rodriguez read a letter from his MIA Boss during the January 19, 2017 Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council Meeting, that feigned ignorance on the Developments ......, and allegedly, placed a "HOLD" on any construction, pending community input. 
Yet, in a rebuttal response by CD-1 City Council Candidate Josef Bray-Ali ......., and substantiated via a October 10, 2016 LA Streetblog Story, its VERY apparent that "Broken Deal Cedillo" was well-verse on the status of the pending/approved Developments. 
In a October 10, 2016 Press Conference, "Broken Deal Cedillo" spoke on behalf of the Coalition against the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative (ie. Measure S), that took place on one of the FIVE Lincoln Heights Lots that Staffer Rodriguez ALLEGES CD-1 did not know was/is is in process of being develop-----Scott Johnson.  
From LA Streetblog on October 10, 2016: "The Lincoln Heights parking lot where the press event took place is one of a dozen city-owned sites currently in the early stages of development for affordable and transitional housing under the Affordable Housing Opportunity Sites initiative. Twelve city-owned sites (with FIVE) in Lincoln Heights, Sylmar, San Pedro, and South and West L.A. are slated for affordable housing, with an emphasis on transitional housing to serve the homeless",
From Broken Deal Cedillo Letter (below) to Lincoln Heights Neighorhood Council on January 19,2017: "I had serious concerns about the lack of any meaningful community outreach or efforts to solicit community input into the design of the project and developer selection process. As a result, on December 14, i introduce a Council Motion to remove the FIVE parking lots from consideration.
CD 1 City Councilman Gil "Broken Deal Cedillo's" Letter to the LHNC.

"Broken Deal Cedillo's" alleged Motion to remove the FIVE Lincoln Heights, city-owned lots from development consideration.

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