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Monday, June 25, 2007

Mayor Sam's Hotsheet for Monday

LAist says that Rocky Delgadillo could have avoided his recent troubles had he told the truth a week and a half ago. Hell, how about six years ago? And lets extend the same advice to the Mayor as well. Looking forward to more soap operas this week.

Wonder if the anti-Home Depot people in Sunland-Tujunga might see this as a mixed blessing? A part of the Federal "immigration reform" bill prohibits cities and states from passing laws that require stores such as Home Depot to build day laborer centers.

Adelanto City Councilwoman Zoila Meyer registered, voted and was elected. But it turns out the Cuban born Meyer is only a legal resident, not a naturalized citizen. Zoila has been arrested and may be deported.

Juan Tornoe writes that Tuesday's upcoming election to replace the deceased Congresswoman Juanita Millender-McDonald may turn out to be a watershed moment with regard to Hispanics further extending political control over traditionally African America South Central Los Angeles.

Downtown Central City East Blogger Don Garza is happy with Councilwoman Jan Perry. She managed to get pay toilets in Skid Row to work.

The City Council of Glendale, Arizona will vote Tuesday whether or not to allow the Los Angeles Dodgers to move their spring training facilities to the city and hence ending a decades long tradition of heading to Vero Beach, Florida every pre-season.

They're taking away the only place those who like to race automobiles can do it yet City officials are still worried about dangerous, illegal street racing they're planning to (perhaps unconstitutionally) seize and destroy the vehicles of racers. This is an important activity of many cultures that should be protected as other forms of politically correct expressions seem to be. But the perception that the sport is solely the domain of middle aged white guys with beer bellies allows self-serving politicians to cut loose good citizens who are doing nothing wrong (and that's the legal not illegal racers).

Here's a parking tip from LA CityNerd via Zach Behrens at LAist (aren't they the same guy?). Yellow loading zones are only enforced Monday through Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The rest of the time you can park there.
Zach also reports a number of changes are going into effect at the MTA this week, including some super duper Metro Rapid express schedules on Wilshire Boulevard and more Metro Rapid service in other parts of the city.

And finally though the Westside White Guy has yet to report on this one, there appears to be another stench in Los Angeles. Unlike the previous stench on the Westside this one has hit Hollywood. Though it probably doesn't compare the the stench that's been coming out of City Hall for years.

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Blogger Unknown said:

I could care less about day laborer centers. We're fighting Home Depot
because they are trying to circumvent the law and they are not a store that complies with our community plan (FBCSP).

June 24, 2007 11:17 PM  

Blogger dgarzila said:

In skid row the toilets aren't pay. They are free to use.

One easter morning I accidentally got a picture of a woman urinating last year, where one of the toilets is now standing. SO these are necessary.

These folks actually use these toilets for what they are supposed to be used for and no one can make them their home either.

good stuff.

it took 6 years , but Jan Perry kept her word . And it didn't cost the tax payers a dime. Just the part where DWP was supposed to make these work.

BY the way, I am beginning to see quality advertising on the street furniture that pays for these.

June 24, 2007 11:18 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I can't believe it took six yrs. Kudos to Jan Perry but where was Villarbaboso and his millions. Couldn't he use his marxist philosophy and give to poor. Or is philosophy is to use the poor.

June 24, 2007 11:24 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I can't believe it took six yrs. Kudos to Jan Perry but where was Villarbaboso and his millions. Couldn't he use his marxist philosophy and give to poor. Or is philosophy is to use the poor.

June 24, 2007 11:24 PM  

Blogger dgarzila said:

Jan Perry fought a tough battle because the business owners and property owners didn't want them.

Jan Perry is like a nurse who is treating an open sore. You have to clean it and scrape it. It will hurt, but eventually the wound will heal. Where others ignored skid row. She has not.

Now that we have the reinforcements in the new lofts and condominiums we have allies in agreeing that this is doing what should have been done years ago. But, then ,we did not have the technology. We have the technology now.

June 24, 2007 11:32 PM  

Blogger dgarzila said:

By the way I am sticking with Villaraigosa.

He did help us in ways you will never know.

We will be counting on him next year too.

June 24, 2007 11:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

DGARZILA, happy villar helped you.

He hasn't done shit for the rest of us!

June 24, 2007 11:54 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

City officials scramble to check for Delgadillo skeletons
Rick Orlov
....With the city attorney continuing to draw heat over his wife's driving problems and the couple's failure to carry mandatory liability insurance - or apparently to keep up with business taxes - other officials in City Hall and their staffs have been scrambling to ensure their own driving records are clean.

"Everyone is joking about it, but you know we are all checking to make sure we don't have anything that could embarrass us or our boss."

Yeah, go after the city council members.

June 25, 2007 7:02 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Yup, those city officials should be scared out of their minds. A lot of the city staffers are so mad at their bosses for the immigration issue support they are telling tons of people the personal stories of what they have to do. Many of them have done personal errands, personal family stuff and been used on weekends to cater to their every needs.

June 25, 2007 9:51 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

DGarzila, sorry but Jan Perry is not liked by many many many many many people. She caters to developers. She got those toliets so skid row wouldn't stink as bad as it does. Whatever she does its because its a favor for someone. She never does anything because she's a nice person. The homeless are moving into South LA because of her, she started a shelter there for them to move them away from the big money people moving into skid row. Wake up Don.

June 25, 2007 9:53 AM  

Blogger dgarzila said:

She did us a great favor.

But let's see.

It still stinks in the city center.

When I walk from skid row to the city center I can tell the difference. So , yes. It doesn't stink in skid row as much as it used to . But then again we don't have potted plants where the doggies can go and the humans can go along hill between 6th and 7th and other places. When you cross broadway is when it begins to smell.Boy does it stink there.

Yes, we voted for her. And she did us a favor.

SO like any politician she is also liked by many many many people. If you were here you would know that .

Also. the shelters don't get filled until the evening then the homeless are dropped back downtown the next day, so I don't see how that is doing anyone a favor.


I am awake. I live here. I know what is going on.

June 25, 2007 10:19 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Don likes the Mayor because Antonio is the hero of the welfare system which lets a lazy good for nothing pendejo like Don live off the taxpayers.

He has strange fantasies about Jan Perry. Hope she stays six feet away.

The smell in skid row is you Don. Maybe you can take a group shower with Zuma Dogg and Matt Dowd. You guys all bad BO.

But folks who beg for money don't need to shower daily I guess.

June 25, 2007 10:55 AM  

Blogger dgarzila said:


Well, it is easy to hide .

some of us choose not to.


Good luck.

At least we got something done instead of complaining.

But at least I earned mine.

and of Course let us not forget we now have proof that Jaime Green is a registered sex offender

June 25, 2007 1:00 PM  

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