Morning Briefs on the Broken Deal Cedillo Corruption Machine for Wednesday
Although the evening focused on housing issues, a jarring moment brought a loud crowd reaction when a member of the audience shouted at Bray-Ali to "go back to India.".
Its no secret that the audiences at CD 1 Candidate Forums/Debates have been UBER exuberant in expressing their support for the candidate of choice, but in recent weeks since the March Election, the racially-tinged attacks against Challenger Bray-Ali have become more pronounced.
Third, former LA Weekly Political Writer Patrick Range McDonald EXPOSED Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and the City Council (including "Broken Deal Cedillo") for REDIRECTING FUNDS from Measure HHH which was to EXCLUSIVELY FUND Homeless Housing.
But only weeks after Measure HHH was approved on November 8, the betrayal of the homeless — and LA voters — was well underway at the hands of Garcetti, the City Council (including "Broken Deal Cedillo"), and the City Administrative Officer. In December 2016, the City Council approved the final details of the AHOS program, which was organized by the City Administrative Officer with much input from the City Council and mayor. It had turned into something startlingly different from what City Hall politicians had been promising — and what the The City Administrative Officer recommended, and the City Council approved, an AHOS program that now offered “affordable multifamily housing,” “mixed-income housing,” “affordable homeownership,” “innovative methods of housing,” and, finally, “permanent supportive housing” for the homeless. had been describing.
We previously noted how "Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire Cedillo" LIED to the Lincoln Heights Community ..........., only to be OUTED for fronting a October, 2016 Press Conference denouncing the alleged ramifications of the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative/Measure S Passage on Measure HHH Homeless Developments.
But instead, the reality is ............,
City officials are currently sorting through the proposals for projects that will make up the AHOS program. With complete certainty, permanent supportive housing will not be built at every city-owned property — five sites in Lincoln Heights, which is represented by Councilman Gil Cedillo, have already been designated for “mixed-income” housing. As a result, the city’s use of Measure HHH money for the AHOS program will not go entirely to homeless housing, and homeless men, women, and children will not receive the full amount of housing and services that Mayor Eric Garcetti and the City Council had promised. Instead, an affluent professional, the only person who can afford market-rate housing in L.A., may land a nice pad on city-owned property in increasingly gentrified Lincoln Heights or near the beach on the Westside. It’s the very definition of a scandal.
........., meriting in NAUGHT granting "Broken Deal Cedillo" a Second Term----Scott Johnson.